We have over the years designed a number of logos. These range from low-budget, start-ups logos to revamping of larger organisations' identities.
A range of logos are shown on this page and some are covered in more detail on individual client portfolios.
We first designed and developed the website for EWS Educational Trust a few years ago. In the beginning of June 2016 we rolled out a new fresh and responsive website. It has online application forms for educational, sports & arts and special access funding. The site includes parallax scrolling scenes. We also design and produce other marketing material and adverts for the Trust.
As a result, the Trust has in a short period (August 2016) received three times more applications than the previous high.
We have worked with GBRf over many years, since it was GB Railfreight, then First GBRf and now part of Europorte Group. The work has covered a wide range of brand development, print design including staff magazine, a website, events design and train livery.
Woodhouse Creative has worked with Sherrards Employment Lawyers since 2010 first designing and producing their annual Seminar Programme and then a revamped website. The process involved defining and establishing a fresh identity but limiting the logo change to a new typeface. Illustrations are used as their main visual handle and these have been individually created to specific uses - all done in-house at Woodhouse.
This style has been implemented in all marketing material. A new responsive website with e-commerce and membership section launched in January 2017.
Sussex HR Platform is a subsidiary standing on its own feet with a website promoting HR meetings in the Sussex area.
Rail Business Awards is the biggest and most prestigious annual awards programme for the rail industry. Woodhouse has worked with the RBA for over 10 years designing the logo and visual identity, website, marketing material, adverts and awards collateral like entry pack, tickets, guest list, menu etc.
Woodhouse Creative was asked to help Haywards Heath Rugby Football Club which is in a transitional period with great ambitions and a need for funding for their planned new clubhouse.
We designed a promotional brochure which is used to raise awareness among businesses about the club and their plans for the future. This project had the scope for establishing a brand new visual identity - however, without changing the club's emblem.
We have followed this up in various adverts, posters, match programmes and flyers.
On the copy writer's to-do-list. We'll wake him up shortly!
Woodhouse was asked to give a new lease of life to the logo and branding of the Visit USA Association UK.
Visit USA, who promotes holidays and travel to the States, wanted to lift their overall visual presence. They felt their logo looked dated and there were little else in terms of branding.
Working to a tight budget we refreshed the logo without starting from scratch, adding elements to their branding to help lift their overall visual presence.
Our makeover worked really well. The refreshed logo and graphics are being implemented across all their on and offline marketing materials.
Woodhouse Creative was commissioned to design and build a website with CMS and a database of meetings and events. This launched in autumn 2010.
We also design and produce the annual Session Programmes and ad hoc adverts for the railway press.
The RBF is a charity for current and former employees of the railway industry. Woodhouse Creative has been their design partner since 2009. We have designed and built the website with CMS and designed and produced their newsletters, adverts, banner stands and other marketing materials.
We redesigned the RBF logo in 2014 and implemented a fresh, visual expression in their identity across their material.
Woodhouse is working with West Sussex-based independent movie house the Orion Cinema providing PR and marketing support for their live by satellite shows, including ballet world premieres.
We designed the logo and a small website for business consultant Clare Hollingworth's Clarity in Business, one of a number of established small businesses we have worked with.
Here’s another – a website with shop was designed and built for Bluebell Enterprises, who sells nostalgic and vintage cards and prints through www.vintagepics.co.uk. On this occasion we used Squarespace web technology.
We designed a small brochure website, again a Squarespace project, for The Designer Curtain Company in Haywards Heath, Sussex.
A company profile brochure was designed for Optimum Consultancy, an engineering management company.