Real evidence of online marketing this one, we were approached via email from James Gardiner who was based in Dorset. SEO working it's magic as he found us through a google search.
James is an experienced patisserie and cake specialist and we needed to get this across in this signs. We knew blue was the colour to go with from conversations with the customer, we also re-designed his logo bringing it a little more up to date. James was delighted with the first proof of his new design and this is something we aim for every time. With a clear brief and information from our customers we can produce stunning artwork, matching and exceeding expectations. The amount of work we are putting out in Honiton just proves how much the town is thriving and this can only be good for attracting new business to the town.
The end result is a shop fascia that is sure to gain passing attention and hopefully makes James a huge success in Honiton.
Late last year we were approached by a lovely young couple looking to start their first business in Exeter. Neil and his partner had their brought to us their ideas for artwork, something nice and modern to fit in with the customers they wanted to attract for a speciality coffee house, serving some home-made luxurious cakes to boot.
Located by the quay in Exeter we were excited to get started and really show what we could do. The couple opted for Foamex panels mounted to existing glass above the main windows and doors. These were printed and laminated with a matt finish to keep the branding consistent. We also fitted some stunning internal white cut vinyl window graphics that really finish off the feel of the business. As with all customers that have artwork or a strong vision for their business we work very closely to make sure we can make their ideas come to life.
The Ridge are now open and we cannot wait to get over there for a slice of delicious cake and a coffee! If you have a project of similar complexity do not hesitate to get in touch with us, we carry out all manner of projects from the tiny one-off signs to contract work spanning months or years.