York Graphic Designers News – recently completed projects and random musings from the York Graphic Designers team.
This morning I got up early and went into town to get some photographs of York under water. It’s not an unusual sight to see the River Ouse flooded, but after torrential rain earlier in the week it was thought this could be the worst flood on record.
Like most men i’m a big kid when it comes to all things military and jumped at the chance to have a look round HMS York (D98) when it was opened to the public at Hull’s King George Dock yesterday. The 5,200 tonne Type 42 destroyer, launched in 1982, was in Hull on a farewell tour as it is set to be decommissioned later this month. On Saturday the crew marched through the streets of York to mark the end of the ships service, giving the people of York the chance to celebrate the crew and the ship with which their city is affiliated.
We have just launched a new WordPress blog for York & Leeds based chartered surveying consultancy Aspect4. This project was slightly different to the usual website design process we follow as the WordPress blog need to sit within their current, well established website. Read more..
We have just launched a new website for York plumbers Colin Bell Plumbing & Heating. Colin Bell approached York Graphic Designers to give their current website an overhaul and get them up the Google rankings. Read more..
A companies logo is a visual representation of their business which means portraying the right look is essential in order to be taken seriously in today’s competitive market place. Large companies spend huge amounts of money on their corporate identities and branding to make sure their ethos is communicated effectively to consumers. With business practises and decisions under more scrutiny than ever before and news of scandals going round the world in next to no time thanks to the internet and social media, a companies logo is often parodied or manipulated by creative individuals to represent a story, event or scandal that may have broke about the company.