So, one of the more interesting jobs we have done was to create a one-off curriculum vitae or resume, if you prefer, for a young lady working in marketing. For confidentiality purposes I have removed all the information from the picture, but the outline of what we did was this – turn a photograph of the client into a cartoon, wearing a Girl Guide style sash, the badges on the sash represent a qualification or a skill and point to a piece of information.
Something I have never heard of before, but I really enjoyed the challenge!
Frank and Ridigo have been customers of ours for a long time, so it was no surprise they came to us again to re-vamp the Ridigo shop. The company was transitioning from being a retailer to a wholesaler and wanted a new site that required customers to be logged in to view the wholesale prices. Frank used a different agency to produce his new logo but as soon as I saw it I knew what we needed.
The idea was to show how Ridigo how grown up as a brand with some sepia toned photographs that matched the new Parisen inspired logo. the colour-ways really complement this art-deco style and we created a fully responsive Open Cart website that looks great across all platforms. The website has a dual language pack plugin which automatically translates the site from Norwegian to English. We’ve also provided a media space to display the large amount of press coverage that Frank and his brand have attracted.
WHAT WE DID