I noticed after the rain last night that a leaf on one of the hosta plants in the garden was holding onto numerous droplets of water. The rain drops were held in what looked like suspended animation across an entire leaf, each one an inverted reflection of the garden.
Your House Historian, Berwick
Often B2C (business to customer) websites need to be professional, formal and trustworthy, but sometimes a brief comes along that allows for a far more artistic and creative website design. The service provided by Your House Historian relates to historical research, archives, old photos, documents, deeds and maps. To help paint that picture, the site design itself is based on an old leather desk with all the related papers scattered in front of the site visitor (even to the point that the end of the desk is visible when you scroll down). This type of site design is very tactile and really provides a clear visual representation of the service offered; something which is all important when trying to quickly grab and retain the attention of a potential new client.
Edward Campbell, Hawick
Edward is free spirited self taught artist as well as an author and published musician based near Hawick. The icon within the logo is based on Edward’s “Umbrella man” painting, but it was important for Scottish Borders Website Design to get the overall tone and feel of this very personal logo just right. The feedback was excellent.