It’s fair to say that the opening of Wereham’s new village hall was a bit of a big deal. A small band of local residents had decided some years previously that the village was in desperate need of a new community facility. Showing incredible dedication and determination, they didn’t stop until significant funds had been […]
The Ficarra’s Spa were not lacking in inspiration for their new logo; the opposite was true. Discovering the delightful, dedicated, purpose designed and built spa, tucked away down a private drive in Fakenham, Norfolk, you realise that you have just found something very special; a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of the rest of […]
A new look, website and search marketing strategy for 8th Dimension Audio, a local Norfolk company that brings together sound, design and technology in ‘perfect harmony’. 8th Dimension are suppliers of seriously high-end sound systems for the most discerning of music listeners. Much more than a purely functional speaker system, the audio products on sale […]
Advertising creative, email marketing, product photography and lots more. A new eCommerce website, launched in summer 2017, with a strong emphasis on elegant branding, saw online sales increase significantly.
An upgraded eCommerce site for Jacknife’s fabulous gig posters. In the beating heart of Bristol’s Cultural Quarter, a funky little place known as Stokes Croft, (or ‘the home of Banksy’) you’ll find Jacknife, a studio of very talented screen printers, producing some of the best looking gig posters in the UK. We migrated their products […]
Lingo’s task was to rebuild the Trilogy website on an easy-to-administer content management system, using fully responsive design, whilst maintaining the familiar strong brand look and feel.
A very interesting project in which we really got to grips with the Forbes extensive range of products and then translated our learnings across to a new, CMS-based website.
Visual identity, branding, signage and print design for the iconic Creake Abbey.
A delightful project, creating a website and logo for a beautiful retro-chic holiday home; drawing inspiration from the house, its surroundings and furnishings.
Two years after completing a new website for Grey Goose Archery, it was time to target our attention on a bespoke vehicle wrap for the company’s van.
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.
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.