We recently started working with an amazing new client called Jonathan Andrews, who’s business is called “Remarkable Partnerships” and creates Remarkable Partnerships between charities and companies.
Jonathan’s business had a different name when I met him at KPI – and in the last couple of weeks a lot has changed.
When designing a logo we always think carefully about the company values and how we can use colour, typography and imagery to reflect the company and the services they provide.
Here is an A-Z selection of our logos from our forever advancing logo collection!
Make sure you look carefully at all of our logos… right to the bottom of the page… We hope you like them!
We are lucky to have such wonderful clients, and one who is no exception is Claire Kidd. She lives in Singapore and is a copywriter, originally from the UK. We met her through Gina Romero (see another blog we wrote about Gina here).
How did you find us?
I am unashamedly proud of our work, and I often share our latest / my favourite sites with people who get in touch with us. Why stop at them though? Why not share them with you – the lovely person who arrived here reading our blog. Hello, and enjoy!
This one was our first fully responsive site and we are excited that we got a chance to look at it. We also blogged about it previously, did you see?
We love to feature our clients, especially the ones who are most “well behaved” – meaning they listen to us, and love to take what we have created for them as tools – and run with it.
One such client is Cate Meredith from Bene Media. She is actually based in Virginia, so we couldn’t meet her in person, and in fact we still haven’t.
Working with Cate was an absolute pleasure. She was so enthusiastic and easy going, and was so happy every time we showed her the next phase. We did all our meetings with Skype video and basically as
I went through each stage with her, there was always happy exclamations and appreciations. I loved working with her and can’t wait to meet her in person!
We have a service called “single page website” – ideal for startups or people who aren’t sure what they would have on a full website.
They can also be used as “holding pages” while a full website is being worked on, especially if the old version of your site is embarrassing you in some way!
These pages can be scrolling and that means they can have a lot of information And if you link it to your social channels you get a home base for your entire presence on the web. It’s genius I tell you. Below are some of the ones we have done recently for clients. Click on them to see the full websites – but remember, they are single pagers.
We are very proud to announce the launch of our first completely bespoke designed responsive site – Aspire Leadership!
Recently we worked with the fantastic Noël McWilliam from Mitravitae, who wanted to refresh the Mitravitae website and social media so it would accurately reflect the brand. Mitravitae is all about renewable energy, water and food production inspired by nature – value and profit with a social conscience.
One of the first jobs we got our newest team member, Aric to do, was make our very own Oyster card holders. We want poeple who commute in London to think of us every single day and the ones that they give you when you sign up for Oyster card holders are just so BORING looking. And we want to make sure we included owls (some of you already know the 3 reasons why we use owls in our branding – but if not – read this post!)
If you are reading this, and you want an Oyster card holder – comment below and we can arrange for you to get one!
The number 8 is lucky for us at TLD (and for people all around the world, it seems), and anyone knows that when you write a blog post, the ones with a number in the headline are the most widely shared!
Plus, we really want to take the time to be incredibly self indulgent, for a bit, and just share the 8 ways we improve your presence online.
The 8 ways are:
- We give advice on how to to engage visitors, so they are encouraged to browse through the website and there are clear calls to action at every stage.
- We show options for the design and then have a “live design session” so you are involved in the process and you love your site’s design.
- We never build the site unless you have signed off the design
- Our designers work directly with our clients and keep them in the loop at all times.
- We integrate a WordPress blog into most sties, and train you on how to keep it up to date, and blogging best practices.
- We give clients 1-2-1 training on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and Blogging and include 1.5 hours free for every project.
- We make sure we follow all the big SEO rules when we work on the websites and point clients in the right direction for ongoing link building options.
- We ensure each site is built to be easily read by search engines and mobile devices.
Our clients can explain more, and our portfolio shows more – but we really thought this deserved a special mention. And this picture of “Henry the Octopus” and the 8 ways is going to be displayed on the wall of our office as well.