Beaming Babies needed a brand, logo design and new website to help push their start-up forward.
Thomas Design started out with a fun, colourful and versatile logo design and based the theme of the new website on this exciting and engaging brand. Various printed materials including flyers and milestone cards were created, in addition to the Facebook page the client created to help boost the brand on social media.
Dane at Velocity Fitness was looking for help to create a new brand for his fitness business
Dane at Velocity Fitness was looking for help to create a new brand for his fitness business and to develop a website to help him grow his business online. Thomas Design worked with Dane to develop multiple logo ideas until we found the one that worked for his business. We then developed a new website to promote his new brand.
Hugh and Lesley from Celtic Heritage Interiors approached Thomas Design to develop their brand and give their business’s marketing and website a refresh.
Transitioning from Celtic Heritage Kitchens to Celtic Heritage Interiors has allowed their business to more accurately describe their wide range of services. A new logo design was created to reaffirm the core brand message, new brand colours and new look over all.
Chris Northey started a business in Swansea selling professional lighting solutions and offering advice to people looking to furnish their homes.
Thomas Design developed a new logo and brand identity to help incorporate the colours of ‘the Northern lights’ and to promote interior design. The finished logo design included a strong emblem to be used on packaging and labelling. A new e-commerce website was also developed with a view to being launched in early August 2018.
Sean decided to start his own paid soccer fitness programs after working for years with professional soccer players, and working as the head of sports science at a local university.
Sean’s courses are specific to each player’s ability and position on the field – Hence Soccer Spartan was born. A brand was created to reflect the strong, bold and agile sporting athletes that he works with. A website was also created to spread the brand online and create a platform to sell subscriptions for his programs.
Sean Nash at Sean Ltd. needed help with a new logo design and a total brand re-fresh.
Thomas Design created a new logo and brand new website to Sean grow his business.
ROKOKO is a professional hair and beauty salon based in Neath that needed a fresh and engaging brand for their new website launch.
We created a simple logotype design that gave the salon a sophisticated and sleek look. The website was designed around the new brand with plenty of black and white imagery and space for the content to breathe.
Owain at Renewable Heating Wales needed a fresh logo design and brand identity to help him with his new business specialising in renewable heating solutions including biomass boilers and heat pumps.
Keeping with the Welsh theme, we incorporated the arrow into the type design which symbolises a dragon’s tail and the organic flow of energy or a flame. The yellow and grey colour scheme was something specified by Owain as he felt it worked well with the types of products that he was offering. A fantastic end product which both parties were really happy with.
Hannah at HH Sports Therapy approached Thomas Design to create a new logo and brand for her existing sports physiotherapy clinic.
We created a new logo that incorporated the initials ‘HH’ into a symbol that can represent the business across all of the marketing materials. We chose the new colour scheme to add a more powerful, energetic feel.
Hannah at Bronleigh house wanted to start her new venture by converting an historic building into a specialist multi-disciplinary clinic.
A number of businesses all specialising in different aspects of health and beauty work together to provide a centre for everyone. Hannah needed a new brand identity that kept the heritage of the building whilst also giving it a professional, medical feel. A new logo, printed stationery and website were created to launch Bronleigh House.