We are a design studio in Cambridgeshire that specialises in brand identities, digital design and development, user experience and interface design.

Long Covid Service
A new NHS service for residents in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough who are experiencing breathlessness resulting from the long-term effects of Covid-19. Development of branding, applied to print and digital material to support the service delivery.
A King's College London research project that looks at helping people with learning disabilities feel at home in their group accommodation. An accessible, easy-to-understand digital platform was needed to showcase the work, events, and resources.
An Edinburgh-based biotechnology company that develops medicines for the treatment of cancer needed a new brand and digital platform to showcase its modern approach to research. A bold and simple design highlights their new direction.
Nathan Whitbread helps individuals with various conditions such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, autism, Tourette's and ADHD. His coaching, training and assessments help neurodivergents with their everyday tasks at work. Branding and digital development for a clear and accessible website.
Delivering insight and strategy, Blue Lozenge supports healthcare leaders, NHS providers and suppliers to the industry. The consultancy needed an identity and branding, applied to digital platforms that was both professional and modern.
A community magazine in Milton Keynes that has been supporting local organisations for the last 15 years needed a digital platform that would complement their print version and focus on stories instead of advertising. We translated their branding to be used online and built a simple website.
Bewick Homes build high-quality properties in locations across the home counties and Cambridgeshire, providing bespoke finishes for their customers. They needed a new digital platform and a redesigned logo to match the level of excellence.
A three-year project that will create a lasting legacy of wildlife habitats in East Anglia, specifically along a stretch of the Great River Ouse called the Old West River. Identity and brand creation and development applied to digital and print.
A new service from the NHS that supports patients on waiting lists by offering access to classes and sessions that will support emotional, physical or mental wellbeing. Brand development and digital design were needed to kick-start the trial service.
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Future Parks is a partnership that aims to create a vision and sustainable future for the parks and public open spaces across the county. The development of an innovative-looking website was needed to showcase the project and its work.
As the term global pandemic became a common phrase in 2020 economies halted, recovered and adapted. What we are left with is a new era of how people will choose to live and work. Cambridge Ahead have been researching this new era and needed some illustrations to represent their work.
Newly qualified nutritionist Anna Earl is passionate about health and wellbeing. When she decided to change careers and help people who lead busy lives with their health she needed a website that was professional and modern.
With over 140 years of brewing history behind them, Wells & Co are moving with the times creating a state-of-the-art multi-million-pound brewing facility in Bedford. This project focused on all aspects of the site covering signage internally and externally, guided tour and merchandise.
Founded in 2019 HOMESin helps local authorities across the UK. They build modern centralised systems that work in real-time to help local authorities house individuals, couples and families. A comprehensive redevelopment of their identity, design for print and digital platforms.
Creative Assistants Agency is a brand new diary service representing TV, film and press assistants across the UK. They needed a modern and funky design with a simple robust interface for clients to quickly find the right person for the job. The final design is functional and creative and sets a new standard for hiring assistants.
Innovative award-winning practice Devlin Architects have many years of experience and expertise and their website needed refreshing, updating the style based on their branding, adjusting the structure to help visitors find projects and adding new projects.
London-based photographer Calum Morrison has a diverse and creative portfolio and needed a website that helped promote his work. A clean design matched with geometric and distinctive typeface Cy gives the site a modern look.
Antenatal and postnatal specialist Louise needed a friendly and feminine identity and website to help her support families through pregnancy, birth and beyond. Modern illustrations and a subtle colour palette has brought the brand to life.
A business and community-led initiative that aims to reduce the carbon emissions by 2030 in the Cambridgeshire market town of St Neots. A fresh and striking identity was needed for digital platforms and outdoor media.
This independent funeral directors with offices across Cambridgeshire dares to be different, from an open and honest pricing policy, to personal approach and tailored service. They needed a modern and clear website that captured these values.
Breaking some of the stereotypes of the Internet of Things. A new look for an innovative developer of smart connected devices. Branding applied to both print and digital to help grow their business.
A collection of brand identities from the last few years that have been developed for a range of clients, from start-ups to small and medium-sized business. Some are redesigns whilst others are from scratch.
Non-profit organisation Cambridge Ahead represents businesses, stakeholders and its residents right across the city of Cambridge. They commissioned a series of illustrations for a housing project to be used at an annual conference and on marketing material.
During the pandemic that started in 2019 one of the thriving sectors has been home improvement and construction. Gloucester-based home renovation company were looking for a simple brand and website that would help them stand out from the other local firms.
Cambridgeshire building company Milk & 2 Sugars needed a new website and branding. We developed an innovative-looking website that breaks the rules within the building sector and will certainly stand out from the crowd.
Specialist IT consultant Scott Manning has been developing systems that help communities and charities. He recently decided that by having a website he could offer his help to more people and needed a simple site to promote his work.
Suffolk-based civil celebrant Rebecca Waldron was after a refresh to her branding and the development of a new website. We developed an elegant and colourful brand and the final website layout combines femininity with a modern look and feel.
An international mental-health and well-being charity needed a new identity and website. Their decade-old website was no longer fit for purpose so working directly with their director, advisory group and developer for digital and print channels.
Business mentor, writer and collaborator Ann Hawkins needed her personal blog re-styled and reorganised. A vibrant and contemporary design was developed that clearly structures the posts to make it easier to navigate and read.
artist website
Artist and textile designer, Hilary Murfin needed a new website to showcase a series of new work for an upcoming exhibition. A simple, interactive and easy to use site was needed with big bold typography.
A marketing consultancy who specialise in helping food and drink brands succeed, having previously worked with the client they now needed a redesign to their website to compliment the growing list of projects.
hunts forum
A charity in Huntingdonshire that helps voluntary and community groups thrive. A key project to update its brand and website to create a professional and friendly feel.
st neots festival
A two-day music and arts festival for the Cambridgeshire town of St Neots. A collaborative project between designers Richard Slade and Curtis Reeve to develop a digital platform.
A 24-acre private estate with a 16th century manor house and formal gardens all make this Bedfordshire wedding venue unique. What it needed was a new brand applied across digital, print, signage, livery and uniforms.
kate hempsall
For a public relations and communications consultant who specialises in promoting brands, it's vital their own brand is creative and professional. Kate Hempsall needed a website design that did just that.
As a part of a global network of intelligence organisations funded by government agencies who tackle crime in the fishing industry, it was essential they have a strong brand identity.
A bold brand for an international telecoms provider. When the clients asked for Monty Python meets corporate sector a balance was found that stands out above their competitors.
maciek platek
Cambridgeshire-based photographer Maciek Platek has flawless portfolio that covers interiors and architecture, portraits and food. He needed a way to showcase and promote his work and process.
A small independent craft beer shop that is keen to stand out need an identity and website. Collaborating with illustrator Cat Goddard, the result is a simple functional site that helps showcase other independent brewers.
A specialist in training police forces in the highly complex world of digital forensics. It was clear that their new website needed to be equally as professional with course scheduling being the key feature.
Kick-starting a dormant, disconnected creative community in Cambridgeshire's largest town. Working with four tiers of local government, residents, businesses and academia to benefit the community.
support cambridgeshire
Unifying the community groups and organisations in Cambridgeshire to help them strengthen and grow by providing a single place to find advice and guidance.
st neots museum
A museum telling the 1,000-year story of the largest market town in Cambridgeshire. Major brand development and digital application to help engage a younger audience.
cameron law
The unmistakably clever work by Scottish illustrator Cameron Law has featured in The Times, The Guardian and Vanity Fair to name a few. A new website was needed to showcase both static and animated work.
Self-taught horticulturist Tim Neill has been designing gardens whilst studying for an RHS Diploma. His business grew to a point where it needed professional branding and a website. Using a simple organic colour palette and simple imagery we created a classic brand with longevity.
A 144-page pocket-sized book designed for Life Squared. Part of a series of self-help printed books, brochures and leaflets designed to help us navigate our complex world where you are bombarded daily with a wide range of powerful messages.
natural cambridgeshire
Biodiversity, ecosystems, pollution and environmental quality. Raising the profile of the Local Nature Partnership in Cambridgeshire through their digital platforms.
st neots masterplan
A project developed by Cambridgeshire's unitary authority to ensure the market towns across the county are all interconnected in an overall plan that supports the region’s future prosperity.
British rowing became a lot more popular after the Olympic Games in 2012 and this St Neots-based 150 year-old sports club was in need of new ideas, digital tools, social accounts, a new identity and membership-led website.
Family run contractors to the water industry who specialise in the refurbishment and maintenance of reservoirs and water towers were looking for a modern brand and website to showcase their work.