A. M. Cassandre 1931 steamship poster inspires the visual style for the Laurentic ship. The four colours used are the colour from the ship. The white star on the red background is from the Laurentic flag; the star is purposely placed halfway down in a sign of mourning.
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Joanne Gamble Jewellery is a handmade jewellery specialist, client wanted an identity that has asymmetrical appearance, modern design and portrays what the business makes.
Nutrition to Suit You required a flexible layout solution for the broad content it provides which will be created through custom page templates and custom post types and also a new logo.
Design Forge proudly sponsored a web site for a annual Christmas Swim, which the participants created awareness and rise funds for Dog Trust Ireland.
Promotional material for the 40 horsemen of the apocalypse
The Central; responsive website, Channel Manager Management System and 360˚ photography
A responsive website for Sam Chans Chinese takeaway and JS allergy toggles box for customer advice
Buncrana Youth and Community Development Company Ltd required a website to showcase what they do there and to archive the history of the organisation throughout the years.
Custom logo designed for Lady Strange Photography.
Website solution for rental properties
Logo for Inishowen woodworking
Logo and flyer design for entertainment company
Logo for Photographer
Branding For Hairdressing service
Logo For JD Audio Transcription service. The concept of the logo is it's all about the service, typing.
Design Forge proudly sponsored a web site for a annual Christmas Swim, which the participants created awareness and rise funds for Debra Ireland. This charity provides support services to patients and families living with the debilitating skin condition epidermolysis bullosa (EB). The website made it possible for people to donate through Paypal, and was shared on Facebook giving the site attention and gathering donations as far away as Asia. We would like to congratulate the participants on their achievement and wish them the best in the future.
The project objective was to create 14 information signs for the military museum Fort Dunree. The tasks required layout skills, illustration work and copywriting skills, which where developed through heavy research.
Responsive Web Design which is easily managed using a client management system and a custom interface layout to make things all the more easier. Design is also integrated with Mail Chimp, which is a great way for client to stay in contact with customers. Check it out here... http://dunree.pro.ie/
The information stand commemorates the anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s funeral at which Colonel Brian O’Reilly wore this uniform over fifty years ago.
The plaque design is in memory of the coastal defence personnel who served in the Swilly forts from 1938.
Logo design for Buncrana DJ, few variations which include logo with a motion blur to add to the sense of movement required for CD/Record being spun.
Logo and business card concept for Sixth Sense, an occupational therapy centre for children. The goal for the identity is to create a visual representation showing a positive outcome for its patients. Furthermore, the colour palette creates a relaxed atmosphere while the orange capitalises on the visual reference in the logo.
This is a logo concept for an existing business that wants to augment it’s established identity of a tyre centre to also show that it has added a car repair service.