The simple but striking design was created by Steve and applied by the fair hands of Adam and Julian Cox – the brothers who lead the team at J.D’Signs. The livery does more than identify the wheels on the road, usually with me (Liz) at the wheel – but it also marks a celebration of a long and strong business relationship between Lingo Design and the Southery sign team to coincide with their latest website update.
Featuring over 1000 images of signs, vehicle livery and large format vinyl printing from over 20 years in business, the site is both extensive and editable by J.D and crew so that more images can be added as they are taken. The WordPress platform and bespoke theme can be seen in action here: www.jdsigns.net
As you can well imagine, being signers and designers, there are a fair few projects in Cambridge and Norfolk that we ‘buddy up‘ on; design customers we have who need signs, sign customers who need logos or websites.
Keeping up with the latest in sign materials and graphic process is a labour of love for both design teams and working together for our clients and our own projects is something we each clearly enjoy. The website project has been a 3 month interactive build, and upon completion, it was decided that it was time to get the car liveried up. With a fast booking in (just a 1 week wait) and then an incredibly fast 1 day turnaround, we think it looks great! Thank you J.D’Signs!