Case Study – London Fitness Classes

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OrbitCarrot led an end-to-end rebrand of London Fitness Classes Ltd, a gym and fitness class provider around London. Digital played the biggest role in contributing to the overall rebrand. Goals:  To provide a modern an live design of the website  To appeal predominately to young female people  Make it easy to book above the fold  Encourage people to get involved…

Case Study – ClearTel Ltd Rebrand

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OrbitCarrot led a complete end-to-end rebrand of ClearTel Ltd, a leading voice solutions company in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. With the website, data sheets & instruction manuals branding, digital played a huge role in contributing to the overall rebrand. Goals:  To mature and modernise the business’ brand  To act as a lead generator  Improved website UX…

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OrbitCarrot takes part in #colour_collective

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So what is #colour_collective ? #colour_collective is a new trend for creatives (mainly illustrators) where @PennyNevilleLee lists a colour each Sunday via Twitter, afterwards all the creative minds start to develop a new originative art piece (mainly illustrations) incorporating that colour. The piece most be finished by the following Friday at 7:30pm (GMT), where they…

It’s time to let go of your old outdated website

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Intro Your website is the only thing reflecting your brand when people find you online. It’s highly important that your website reflects your brand, and also increases your revenue. If it is not doing that then really evaluate your website to see if it’s doing more damage than good. First you must ask yourself these…

Skeuomorphic design > Flat design > Geometric / Polygonal Design?

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What next? The past few years have had some interesting design trends. In 2010 Skeuomorphic Design became mainstream – Skeuomorphic design is where you design UI elements to look like physical objects, often including textures. Then in 2013 there was a complete design change, textures, shadows and gloss became a thing of the past as…