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Grit Free Soda Blasting

Grit Free Soda BlastingGritFree Blasting is the brainchild of Peter Wardley. Peter sought an outlet more focussed on automotive, marine and aviation restoration, with an informal, fun, yet informative approach. It all started early in 2010, but due to the popularity of Soda Blasting, Ecoblast often left us to get on with the site. This was fun in many ways as it allowed us to fit more creative work into the job at our leisure.

Baking Soda MoleculeDespite only recently going live with the website, the GritFree team had been busy throughout 2011 and the Soda Blasting examples shown in their Portfolio page demonstrate how well the process is trusted by prestige customers.

Unlike shot blasting, the GritFree process is non-destructive. It was important to emphasise this, so graphics that were originally developed for parent company Ecoblast UK Ltd were re-used.

The job required a logo to be developed from the Ecoblast brand, some custom illustrations, and some original photography!

Futures Education Services

We worked for marketdriven.co.uk to help rebrand, and create a website that would promote the work of Futures Education.

Futures provide a range of imaginative services for young people who, for one reason or another, are outside the formal education system. We work in partnerships with community, voluntary and statutory agencies, extended school clusters and local schools.

Time was limited, but time was taken to look for a contemporary typeface that struck a friendly note. In the end, a logo was created based around Eric Olson’s Klavika typeface, which was then rounded and tweaked to produce a more soft appearance. Read More…

Zolid Manufacturing

Zolid Manufacturing offer a bespoke worktop and surface design, fabrication and installation service tailored to their customers’ individual requirements. Their new showroom in Timmis Road, Lye, near Stourbridge has a variety of worktops on display. You can even see the tops being fabricated from the showroom! Read More…

MR Builders (Mr Buildit)

Owner, Mark Robinson approached us to rebrand his growing Stourbridge building company, MR Builders. We were tasked with creating a new logo for the business, graphics for the van, and the creation of a new website at www.mrbuildit.co.uk to showcase the company’s work. It was important that the website could grow with the business and had the facility to add further case studies, so WordPress was used as the CMS – offering an easy to use interface for Mark to keep the website updated.

Business logo design

We wanted to create a clean, strong image for Mark, without the usual rooftop shapes and  gimmicks. Here is the final logo we arrived at:

MR Builders Logo

Alliband Business Services

Alliband Business Services provide a comprehensive array of technology and IT support services to business. Their existing website had grown with them over a period of years in the hands of various designers and hosting companies. The result was a website that had become difficult to manage, resulting in content that was less than ideal. We were tasked with completely relaunching the web presence. Read More…

Inekar – Mobile Communications

InekarInekar Ltd mobile communications specialists are a family run business, providing the complete mobile communications service, including supply and install of:

  • Hands free mobile phone car kits
  • In Car Entertainment (ICE) systems, including iPod kits
  • GPS tracker devices
  • Parking sensors

Managing Director, Jason McComb, was struggling with the BT Site Builder solution, and needed a more professional appearance for the company that would provide a platform not just to promote their installation services, but also to expose the vast knowledgebase of mobile technology the company has amassed in it’s almost ten years of trading.

“The WordPress platform was a no brainer”, says Jason – “it’s going to allow us to share our knowledge with the world, and hopefully encourage people to come back to us again and again, as our expertise in the field is not being fully utilised to our advantage”.