Balancing website functionality and style


From PC to iPhone, the visual appearance of your website must work in tandem with content and functionality in projecting your company’s corporate  manifestations

Website Projects

View live website projects by clicking on the link below each image

Continu website

Stent Projects website


Bluestone Malta Security

DSC Security website



Hudsons Café website


With web-builders adorning themselves with terms such as ‘UX People’ and ‘UI Gurus’, it’s no wonder clients get frustrated when trying to de-geek their web designers. We always endeavour to look at a website design from the client’s point of view, in plain English – what to promote, how it will work, and what it will look like.

Your website should have a strong visual impact, enhancing your company’s corporate image and manifestations. Visual styling must work in tandem with content and functionality. It can be a dangerous liaison if one dominates the other: all medium and no message, or all style and no content. That’s why it is important to familiarise ourselves with the methods and philosophies of our clients before attempting to conceive a visual and functional online solution.

It’s a delicate balance, but one which must be proportionate in order for a website to work successfully in terms of projecting a company, its services, its people and its brand.

Brand Identity

Corporate and product branding for various sectors including property, construction, publishing, security, retail, events and the arts.


Design. Build. Host. Responsive websites combining content, functionality and aesthetics with social media marketing integration.


Online and printed corporate, product and event brochures, capability statements, marketing literature, annual reports and catalogues.


Cover and integrated book design for some of London’s top publishing houses: fiction; non-fiction; biography; cooking; military and more.