katie raven creative

cutbox

Cutbox are a modern barbers with locations in bristol and london. During their start up and investment phase, they required powerpoint presentation packs for prospective landlords and investors.

I worked with the brand over a number of projects, including content for video screens, promotion easel boards, flyers and full window vinyl black-outs for store renovations.

harriet stokes

To create a logo and brand guidelines for an individual running hair workshops. The client wanted two colour stories to choose from, to use on a website and social media platforms.

Scentica Studio

Scentica Studio offers bespoke perfumery and aromatherapy oils to help with both physical and mental wellbeing. They required a website to inform clients of the services on offer, as well as a platform to sell places at workshops and events.
The client also requested a simple way for their clients to book time slots for 1-2-1 consultancy.

Grape and grain

To redesign an existing website for an independent wine and craft beer retailer. The primary function of website should be to inform and educate the reader of the products on offer, and to help drive customers into the shop.

The client was keen to share content from social media platforms and to utilise blogging as a way to keep customers updated with news, products and tasting events.

Craft Your future

Create a logo and brand guidelines for a new hair education brand. The logo should be bold and colourful, with a nod to the hairdressing industry.
With plans to run workshops and events, the client wanted to see examples of the branding used across various marketing materials and social media platforms.

Yellow Bird Tea

Yellow bird teas produce quality loose leaf tea to sell both online and in a local cafe. They wanted a range of packaging designs that would easily define the different blends of tea, as well as being bold and eye-catching. 

I created wrap around labels for the main detail, as well as a food seal to go over the top of the pouch. 

Ecofuture

EcoFuture are a renewables brand, installing home and commercial utility systems that harness sustainable and renewable energy sources.

I worked with the brand as a start-up producing a complete branding package, including a logo, branding guidelines, and a website. They wanted something that would be bold, bright and clean to use across uniforms, vans wraps, banners and digital marketing.

Barnes Thompson developments

To redesign the existing website to showcase the commercial work that the company had been doing. The current website had a stronger focus on domestic bathrooms and interiors, was hard to navigate, and did not demonstrate the range of skills the team had.

For this project I worked with a local branding agency, Common Fiction. They created the logo and brand guidelines for me to use when creating the new website.

Carsmetic Paint Repair

To create a website for a new mobile vehicle repair service based around the North-East. The client had existing logos and branding which should be used throughout the website. The client requested that the website have a quote request form, with fields to capture data such as car type, damage type, and the option to add supporting photos. They also wanted photos of their previous work, as well as information on the various services they offer.

The Pattern Market

To create a logo for an accessories and soft furnishing brand, that specialises in unique patterns and prints. The logo should be suitable for use across packaging, labeling, and social media. 

The client now has a logo in a variety of colourways, as well as a bespoke background that I created. I provided the client with a combination of parcel tags and stickers, all printed on eco-friendly paper.