Identity, creative design & art direction
ADISA was formed to improve the quality of asset disposal and data security. It’s members adhere to a code of conduct and are accredited against the leading standard within the Asset Disposal marketplace.
Colourform came on board to provide creative direction and designed the ADISA brand identity, stationary and print collateral, including their bi-annual magazine.
Responsive Competition Microsite
Champagne Laurent-Perrier needed a responsive microsite to support their latest in-store promotion. Customers can enter via smartphone or tablet by scanning a QR code on selected bottles of champagne.
The microsite really needed to shine on mobile devices. An easy to use one-page WordPress site was created with large images, video and extra content to engage visitors after they had completed the competition form.
The Beauty Guru
Responsive WordPress website
Sam Marshall is a Manchester based beauty business consultant and educator. She needed a website to promote her bespoke beauty courses and consultancy. The site needed to be clean, functional and easy for her to update herself.
With limited time and budget, I came up with a responsive WordPress theme based on her existing branding. Focusing on clean, easy to read typography and simple photography.
Responsive blog website design
Laurent-Perrier UK needed a simple blog to list upcoming events, restaurant reviews and new products. Colourform produced a simple, clean site design that leveraged the existing brand.
The site is fully responsive which allows for easier access and readability across mobile devices. An integrated Newsletter signup and social media links are included to drive visitor engagement with the brand.
WordPress website design and Twitter homepage design
Keoghs is a well established law firm with a long local history. The initial brief was for a brand refresh to bring the firms overall look up to date. The use of a stronger red and grey colour palette replaced the old beige and burgundy brand colour scheme.
The site needed to be easily updatable by in-house staff. WordPress was used as the CMS enabling latest news articles to be posted by Keoghs staff. The firms Twitter page was also redesigned to fit the new branding.