HED is a multidisciplinary design studio that produces graphic design and websites for design aware businesses. We create relevant online positioning with carefully considered layout, UX, typography, code and content design. Here is a selection of our work.
The Cotton House
Calm elegance defines Mustique’s hotel. Intentionally, the site feels slightly analogue – this befits the relaxed style enjoyed by guests and communicates classic/ contemporary island hospitality.
“ARA’s approach has been to transform the deeper cultural themes within its projects into engaging critical, spatial, social and structural propositions.” Their website has been designed to reflect this through layout and user experience, in some ways intentionally analogue.
An award winning landscape, building and garden design practice that also makes beautiful books and art installations. The bespoke HTML and CSS has been designed to create a perfect responsive frontend that befits Jinny’s art practice. The site is built on the Perch framework. Branding by Here.
Working closely with Keith and Pace Gallery we borrowed online identity from one of his catalogues to translate his art practice to a simple but precise online portfolio. The result is a bespoke responsive website that echos his visual language and positioning as an artist.
For Moorland Spirit’s award winning gin we created twelve handmade tasting kits made from douglas fir. Each box included reagent bottles and tasting mats with type, diagrams and symbols to communicate the gin’s unique distilling processes and ingredients.
Exquisite ski gloves made with the finest materials for the luxury skier. The simplicity and honesty of the collection informed a super simple, highly responsive Shopify site for Alexski’s target audience. We also designed and managed a highly effective Instagram ad campaign that reached 108,882 people.
Diane Kordas Jewellery
Timeless, chic, casual jewellery requires a clean, legible and easy-to-use Shopify site to communicate brand values and help manage the online purchase decision. The handcoded homepage helps connect the brand with fashion editorial whilst custom functionality allows the sale of ‘make to order’ products.
Paul Hughes Fine Arts
The PHFA website displays art works, past & present projects and generates enquiries. Bespoke responsive build for all elements means that it works well on mobile for clients at art fairs.