Pinterest is a pin-board style photo-sharing website that allows users to ‘pin’ images from many websites, and ‘repin’ others that are already on Pinterest from other users. The vast majority of Pinterest’s content is user-generated [see here], and the most popular categories are pins related to home, arts & crafts, style, and fashion. [see here]
We were asked to document the Brighton Mini Maker Faire held at the Corn Exchange on the 8th of September 2012. It’s a really fun and interesting event which brings together local inventors to show off their creativity and resourcefulness. People share and celebrate their creations, whilst learning and gaining inspiration from other talented Makers.
We recently worked with Andrew and Romy from the lovely public house The Pelham Arms to design a new website. They wanted to make sure they are recognised for their excellent food, service, and charming environment. This traditional British pub is located at the top of Lewes High Street, and serves great local and seasonal cuisine.
We are pleased to announce that the new website for Hull artist collective Kingston Art Group is now live. KAG recently opened a gallery in the Humber Arts Quarter area of the city, showcasing their members’ work and providing additional studio space. They asked for a website that reflected this new chapter of their organisation, and showcased their members work. They wanted the design, feel and new logo to reflect…