Wednesday, 20 March 2013

Calma Balance Website Design

I have recently completed work on a new website design for Cecilia Bruzzone at Calma Balance. Cecilia offers professional Aromatherapy Massage, Crystal Therapy and Reiki treatments in the Bristol area. She will also soon be selling products such as crystal mobiles, custom made creams & blends and aura sprays.

Using themes of relaxation and wellbeing, the site has been designed with subtle colour transparencies and textured images throughout. Rounded corners have also been used to convey a less rigid and more relaxed design.

To view the site please click here or see below for screenshots from some of the pages.

If you would like to contact Cecilia for any of her treatments please email her on cecilia@calmabalance.com









Monday, 4 March 2013

Friends' Newsletter for the University of Bristol Botanic Garden: Spring Issue 2013

I have recently completed work on the Spring issue of the Friends' Newsletter for the University of Bristol Botanic Garden. This is an A5, 32 page, quarterly publication produced regularly by Graphic Bubble. This issue has a great feature about the Easter Sculpture Exhibition taking place over Easter weekend, is definitely worth a visit!

See below for some of the pages from the latest issue.

For more information about the Botanic Garden view their website here: www.bristol.ac.uk/botanic-garden.





Friday, 1 March 2013

Cheltenham Design Festival 2013

Cheltenham Design Festival dates have been confirmed as 11-14th April 2013. The festival is now in it's second year and if you thought last year's line up was good, check this out - Neville Brody, David Hillman, Sir John Sorrell, Sir John Hegarty and Bruce Duckworth are all confirmed for the event.

Taking place at the Parabola Arts Centre, under the banner 'Who Cares About the Future of Design?', this year's programme will explore the role design plays in everyday life, and how that role should evolve in the future. It will also cover areas such as education, the environment, an ageing population, urban design, technology and business.

To find out more about the Cheltenham Design Festival click here (Tickets are on sale next week) or check out the blog entry on the Creative Review website here.