Currently I am working with printer Beffori to create a useful and logical online print shop that will make it easier for the costumer to calculate and order a print.
I also took care of the entire product photography, which was a first.
Renown hairdresser Noon have asked me to redesign their website to coincide with the relaunch of their salon in Hanover.
Coastal Connection is a water taxi service operating from Oban on the west-coast of Scotland. With a few boats they can take you to many of the Western Isles.
The Smith brothers wanted a simple modern identity to help them stand out amongst their competition. The new website allows is optimised to work on mobile devices, so that you can find about their services even if you are stuck on an island!
MiaCara is a brand new label of high-quality dog accessories, designed & produced with the dog and it's owner in mind. I have been working with MiaCara for several years now, developing their print material as well as packaging, advertising, video production, art-direction and their online presence.
Over the past 8 month I've been working with Cologne based PlanWe who are working hard at making event management easier for us all.
Illustrations by Robert Hanson →
I have been working closely with the doctape team over the past year to completely overhaul their user interface, mobile app and website. All top-secret stuff. So you'll have to be patient to see the final result.
While I as there I tidied up their identity for a trademark copyright application.
I was asked by Hannover based advertising agency Kochstrasse to work with them on the design of their new website. The site needed to show off their vast amount of work but still be easy to navigate. Michael Hüneburg developed a custom CMS to make updating the site super simple.
I've been assisting the Tasty team with the branding of their chain of frozen yogurt kiosks in Norway. I was involved with the design of their kiosks, packaging, advertising and merchandise.
Visit the Tasty Website →
New identity and website for London-based photographer Malcolm Menzies.
A portfolio site I designed for Scottish florist Sophie Wilson, which will be going live very soon.
I created RePrint a few years ago to share my free calendar templates that you can print on to the back of misprints before you recycle them.
I am currently working on a brand new version with loads of new extras.
Image: The RePrint Logo was featured in LosLogos 6
Nestling in the foothills of the Menikio mountains in Northern Greece, Ktima Efthimiadi are lovingly producing organic olive oil from rare Greek olive varieties.
We were tasked to design the logo, label & packaging of the first harvest Eliris, a single estate organic extra virgin olive oil of extraordinary quality.
When Geoffrey Ballantine & Tracy Goldie decided to open two optometrists in Edinburgh they asked us to design their new identity and oversee the design and production of their stationery and promotional material.
The new brand balances Geoffrey's experience & reputation with Tracy's expertise & style.
Location & portrait photography by Gordon Burniston →
Since 2007 I have run and organised the daily design blog FormFiftyFive with a lot of help from Jack Daly, Alex Nelson and around 30 international contributors.
The recent redesign allows our readers to skim through recent articles, view high resolution images and find what they are looking for faster thanks to better categorisation and tagging.
Every month we collaborate with a talented designer, illustrator or animator on our ever changing interactive masthead. Featured here is our launch header by Siggi Eggertsson.
Together with Edelstall Coworking we developed an interesting event concept.
We ask talented speakers to come and chat about objects which we place in a box infront of them. The speaker doesn’t have a clue as to what will be in the box providing the audience with a completely unpredictable, unscripted and unrehearsed impression of the speaker.
When the Ross Family took over a pub in Edinburgh named after Patrick Hume, the 1st Earl of Marchmont, they wanted to modernise it's interior, menue and it's image but pay tribute to it's heritage.
A mix of minimal type, heraldic illustrations and imagery the man himself lend a modern & sophisticated quality to this small but cozy pub.