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KITCHEN SUPPLIER WEBSITE DESIGN

SERVICE
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WORDPRESS WEBSITE DESIGN & BUILD

DATE
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FEBRUARY, 2019

Kingsbury Kitchens is a start up business in Ringwood. As the business was just getting started, there was no existing brand or design.

THE TASK

To create a logo (brand design), website, flyers, business cards, signage (indoors & outside), advertising, headed paper, comp slips, workwear, Facebook page and SEO.

THE PROCESS

A premium quality product and service that needed to look like just that, I came up with a logo that included crown and chose a colour palette that was fitting for their market.

Brand design

Website catalogue to showcase the types of kitchens and bathrooms available

Promote their message of quality with their 15 year after sales service

Kit out the showroom with signage inside and out

Business stationery to display a consistent brand message

Advert deisgn for local newspaper promoting launch

THE RESULT

I used WordPress and created them a unique look that was visually led. As this type of purchase isn’t an instant decision, the website needed to be really clean looking and visually led. The website had to build trust and encourage the user to make contact or visit the showroom.

Once the website was completed, the showroom was almost finished, the next task was to create internal and external signage that captured passing trade and advertised exactly what they did and how they did it.

Stage 3 was to prepare magazine advertising for a company launch party.

There were 16 artwork panels in and around the building, including outside hoarding, window vinyl graphics, a-board pavement sign, foamex boards, PVC banners and customer & staff parking signs.

Brand design (logo)

Website presence

Signage (internal & external)

Marketing strategy

This project is ongoing, I work closely on the SEO optimisation of the website and working closely with the customer to ensure their start up is a success.

Atomic Customer Kingsbury Kitchens Ringwood

Not knowing which way to turn was a problem, we knew what we needed but didn't know how to get there. My business partner and I met up with James in a coffee shop in Ringwood and we instantly knew we were in safe hands. Everything came out superbly, thanks James.

Mark E.
OWNER

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