designing brands, websites and communications that are clear, effective and confident

campaign concept work and web

For Bristol-based Estate Agents House+Co. What began as a website redesign project turned into a wider campaign development crossing into print collateral (sales boards, posters) on the strength of the ‘finding homes for...’ concept.

Website: https://houseandco.uk

complex event website

Design, production and management of a responsive WordPress website for the Owls of Bath sculpture trail. The website had a number of phases – starting with the “press launch” site, on-boarding activity aimed at artists and sponsors, through the actual summer trail activity (maps, mobile app integration, photo galleries), ending with the auction event.

Supporting activities included: video editing, creation of online map component (data sharing with mobile app), content support and strategy, mobile app integration (working with third party company on data integration).

Over the course of the project the website attracted 250,000 page views.

Website: minervasowls.org

branding and packaging design for superfood client

Go Super You! approached tallhatDesign to develop a brand and range of superfood product packs for their launch. After exploring the market we developed a punchy modern design to stand out against the plethora of ‘hand-made’ styles on the shelves.

restaurant website

Design, production and management of a responsive WordPress website for the Bathwick Boatman restaurant.

Included: WordPress-based menu management system, photoshoot direction, supporting rapid pivot to take-away business during early Coronavirus lockdown.

Website: bathwickboatman.com

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Don’t copy the biggest sites out there

Don’t copy the biggest sites out there

April 21, 2020

Website design, with its usability factors and functionality, can be a tricky business. There’s a lot to think about and juggle, from branding and the ‘graphic design’ side of things, to SEO, to mobile and touch device testing, to conversion rates and ‘reducing friction’. If you’re designing for a medium or large organisation you’re likely …more

Coronavirus update

Coronavirus update

March 17, 2020

17 March 2020 tallhatDesign is planning to continue business during the virus outbreak, but is likely to begin home working very shortly. We wish all our clients the very best in these extraordinary circumstances. Please do let us know if there are any special notices or website changes you need assistance with. All the best, …more

Launched in 2019 – some new websites

Launched in 2019 – some new websites

January 13, 2020

2019 was a busy year. A new tallhat.com website is underway but in the meantime I thought I’d post a few new projects that have been delivered recently. Some of these have yet to make it to the portfolio… Farmhouse A brand new hotel in the Catskills (up-state New York) – tallhatDesign designed and built …more