Case Study | Sliding Wardrobe Warehouse

Jim approached LW design back in 2006, looking for some business cards, stationery and a promotional leaflet. We discussed Sliding Wardrobes’ requirements and designed a new, 2 colour logo, which is still in use nearly a decade later.

During the initial consultation we also suggested building a website to promote the business, which has since had 3 rebuilds, the latest of which has the ability to add ecommerce in due course.

Jim has even been taught how to update his own website content, something which seemed a daunting task but with a little coaching he even began to enjoy it!

From day one, the team at LW design listened to our needs and provided many varied and valid marketing and branding solutions. We love the simple logo design, which is now on our warehouse, vans, business cards and recently created company 8 page brochures which were able to order on demand.

We are delighted with our latest website which really showcases the range of sliding wardrobes, bespoke furniture and accessories.

I highly recommend LW design for their creativity, flexibility and patience.

Jim Davies
Sliding Wardrobe Warehouse
www.slidingwardrobe.com

Below is an examples of the current Sliding Wardrobe Warehouse 8pp brochure, which we regularly amend for short run printing.

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Case Study | Creative Heritage

Creative Heritage are a long standing client of ours. In 2013 they asked us to refresh their brand and recreate their now aging website.

Initially Tom created a range concepts based on a brief agreed during a free, no-obligation design consultation. These were refined and developed closely with the client until they were happy with the conclusion. As with all of our logos, they were supplied in various formats, including a vector format that could be scaled to anysize.

logo design concepts

Now that the logo and branding had been established, the website could be designed. Tom submitted a range of web-design concepts which were developed and refined with the client. It was important that the site stuck to a certain structure and used a specific colour scheme – these sort of constraints are actually great to have in design, as they help to set a consistant theme which can be conveyed across a website.

website concepts

Once approved, the website was built efficiently as a deadline had been set. We then worked with the client carrying across new and existing content from their previous site. Thankfully, this was done with ease as the CMS (Content Management System) we chose for the site, was integrated well within the site.

View the final site: http://creative-heritage.co.uk/

Creative Heritage continue as a close client of ours today, commisioning us to design the occasional newspaper advert or to print some business stationery.