This project was rather transformative. We completely redesigned rebuilt and modernised their website and also as a team participated in their 12 week transformation programme. So it was a win win for everyone.
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We highly recommend this PR company as they are proactive, dilligent and give great advice. We hired them to them to help us with getting keren’s articles in many online publications. They hired us to create 2 new websites for them.
This is a single page website which we did for our lovely client Christine Barratt (who’s original website we did all the way back in 2010!) We designed and built this responsive single page for Velocity at Work, which showcases her career coaching, talent development and business mentoring skills. It also has shows testimonials, has a specially designed PDF bio, and a beautifully designed contact form – all on one page!
TLD created the Pottersfield website several years ago, and we recently rebuilt it to be responsive. Then in 2015 we launched the Timeline – A comprehensive history of Pottersfield. It was designed to be seen first on a mobile phone, and signage around the park would give QR codes which would lead to this website. As you scroll down, you will the circles in the design popping out. We also had copywriting done by Fiona Mocatta, so it read really well too!
ELS Legal is a legal firm who specialise in tax, litigation, property and corporate law. We designed a new logo and branding guide for them, showing elements representing Ely Place where they are based. We also designed their stationary and a micro site for their Chinese customers. We retained their strong SEO presence while creating a fresh eye catching website which represents their professional, innovative and approachable service.
We first worked with Lewis Craig in 2010 and created a website for them. That website was an upgrade in design, clarity, and incorporated a blog and social media. But after a while, it needed a refresh. In 2015, we worked on a new site, which is responsive (mobile friendly) and one of our favourites in our portfolio.
Snowbizz is a family ski specialist who we started working with in 2013, when Keren did some marketing consultancy. They implemented changes and got great results, so we were asked to redesign their website as the next project. This fully responsive WordPress site launched at the end of 2014, showing off breathtaking photography and fun features. Since the launch of this website, Wendy from Snowbizz has said “The website is getting double the hits now and an enormous amount of new enquiries. When we speak to new guests they say really complimentary things about how much they liked it. You’ve all made it so us – it really is an amazing feeling. We’re all getting such a buzz from new people understanding who we are”. The team at Snowbizz were instrumental in the whole of Top Left Design doing our first team building ski trip!
Remarkable Partnerships – run by Jonathan Andrews, helps charities grow long term strategic corporate partnerships to be “Fewer/Bigger/Better”. We created his branding and a report called “How to Create Remarkable Partnerships” which is available for download on his website.
Read the story about how we started working with Jonathan
An innovative system designed for people both in palliative care and now extended to other patients, which allows healthcare practitioners to access important health information easily and quickly even if they are not within hospital/clinic grounds. This website needed to work on some of the older browsers due to NHS system limitations and is nevertheless designed and built to be clear, modern and fresh.
DAO Shipping Ltd. (DAO) is a ship owning company focused on the dry cargo market. We created their branding, stationary and website. We also have worked with them before on the website for Ray Car Carriers Ltd, one of the leading ship owners in the car carrier sector. Having worked with the team at DAO for a few years, we do photo adjustments, stationary updates and keep their website up to date.