Lifestyles Festival – Hunstanton – Complete Design

Teaming up with printers, illustrators, app developers and members of the Lifestyles Committee, Lingo delivered a host of creative solutions to promote the September 2014 event.

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S&L Bennington

S&L Bennington Plant Hire came to Lingo looking for the complete branding package – logo, website, business stationery and even plant livery.

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Farming 4 Profit

Password protected content and a sophisticated member management engine for the new Farming4Profit website.

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JS Interiors

Our customer, Jason of JS Interiors, was keen to upgrade to a fully content managed website that he could edit himself.

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Innatank

Hot on the heels of re-designing the Forbes website, Lingo was tasked with the exciting brief of naming and marketing a brand new product.

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Timbers Country Lodge

Lingo has been delighted to work with the Timbers team to get their new responsive website up and running.

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PKS Construction

Photography plays an important role for PKS Construction and allows their work to be showcased to its best advantage.

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The Hare Arms

With the continued growth of mobile technology, the time was ripe for a fully responsive website that would look as good on a mobile phone as it did on a traditional desktop.

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Church Farm

The team at Church Farm Rare Breeds Centre were looking for a new content managed website – one that allowed them to add new events, activities, news and animals to the site themselves.

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Ingleborough Wildlife

Ingleborough Wildlife came to us looking for a complete package; the design of a new company logo that reflected their windmill roots and the construction of a bespoke eCommerce store.

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Arbuckles

Photography and a brand new website for longstanding Lingo customer Arbuckles Restaurant.

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Jamie Maxwell Photography

A showcase website for some-time team member, and freelance photographer, Jamie Maxwell.

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