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Frank has designed a micro-site for Train with the Champions, the latest promotional campaign from Sports Recovery brand For Goodness Shakes. Consumers have a chance to win a training day with World and European Champions, Andy Turner, Liam Tancock and Sarah Stevenson. Created in collaboration with developers W3 Digital.
We’ve designed and built a new website for Film/TV/Commercial production company Mustard. The site showcases the work of both UK and US Mustard directors, and utilises HTML 5 video in the animated intro sequence (produced in collaboration with Frank friends Atticus Finch). Mustard are based in London’s Soho but reside on the top level of a multi-storey car park, hence the theme!
We designed this microsite for a competition to win what does sound like an amazing prize – free flights, gear, accommodation and Heli-Skiing for you and a friend.
You’ve got until 31st January 2012 to enter. Good luck! www.ultimateskitrip.com
My Haus is an online store for your house, bringing the best in designer homeware and gifts together in one place. Drawing inspiration from the Bauhaus and mid-century modernism, Frank created the identity and promotional imagery, and designed/built the full retail site, incorporating CMS and blog. www.myhaus.com
Following a major product reformulation and packaging revamp, long standing clients My Goodness Ltd. asked us to redesign their ‘For Goodness Shakes’ brand website. Created in collaboration with developers W3 Digital, the new site combines clear, punchy imagery with detailed technical product explanation.
You know For Goodness Shakes, the sporty chaps who make products to help you recover after sport or physical exercise. They’ve just launched a brand new concentrated energy product to keep you going during sport – Nectar!
Frank’s long-running relationship with top end lighting and interiors chaps Innermost continues with this recently relaunched website. With a more immersive news-led homepage and a post-based content management system controlled via WordPress, there’s now even more to see and enjoy. The site now has the ability to filter the extensive product range by type and a new Projects section has been added displaying some of their greatest hits.
Frank has just produced a new site and online shop for Sam McKechnie, the designer/maker behind The Magpie and the Wardrobe. Sam fashions little flower fairies and one-off jewellery pieces from beautiful old charms and vintage fabrics.
Frank recently created a new website for Maritime Security Brokers, EMS. As everybody will no doubt be aware, there are still serious piracy problems occurring off the coast of Somalia as well as in the wider Indian Ocean. EMS Brokers are a team of ex-military types who liaise with shipping owners and security teams on the ground. The idea being to match up teams with ships that need to traverse the danger area, and so assisting them in securing safe passage. The site is built on the WordPress platform and allows for content management throughout.