A design studio in Cambridgeshire that specialises in brand identities, digital design, user experience and interface design.

St Neots based Community Interest Company founded in 2015 to support creatives in Huntingdonshire needed to redevelop their site ready for the next decade.
Kate Moorhouse is a graphic designer with over fifteen years of experience in branding, print and digital design and part of the Slade Design team. A lovely collaboration where Kate designed and then we built her a new site.
A specialist consultancy that works in the social care and housing sector. Their services help organisations deliver social value within care and housing. Branding and digital design development.
An organisation that provides high-quality living accommodation and bespoke care for people who are homeless have learning or physical disabilities, or are struggling with their mental health. Branding development applied to digital platforms and print material.
A two-day music and arts festival in the Cambridgeshire town of St Neots. Held in the town's 80-acre park the festival hosted 120 artists and performers with over 15,000 people attending. Branding applied to print, digital and outdoor media.
A charity that helps residents with their non-emergency tasks such as shopping, collect prescriptions or posting letters. A new website was needed as the organisation grew and took on more projects.
An initiative developed by public relations bodies and agency fox&cat to help people with their mental health. Courses offer professionals working in communications help in dealing with stress, pressure and anxiety. Development of a digital platform for courses and related training material.
Kathryn Rowland is a musician who excels at bringing people together to make music. Since 2011 she has been running a community of choirs in East Anglia with over 200 people a week. A new digital platform for visitors and members was needed for the growing community