business card: Quantum Events

Blog, Print

Quantum Events is a production and lighting company starting to make themselves known in Sydney. They already had a wicked logo but needed some help to get it into a format they could put into people’s hands.

Matt Celloglaze business cards with a Spot UV finish to highlight the logo design

I designed them a business card that would be memorable and convey the quality production and lighting experience people could expect from the business. The Spot UV varnish adds to the play of light on the cards, something that reflects their business.

The owner, Tom Smart, had this to say about the project:

You were very easy to work with, and I had complete confidence through out the entire project

Full Colour / double sided business card design

The imagery on the back of the card is based on their logo and gives priority to the contact details of the owner. Click below to see the artwork for the cards.
   

Check them out on Facebook or visit their website for a pricing list.

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logo + website design: Gumnut Kindergarten

Blog, Branding, Web

We’ve been working on a website for the friendliest kindergarten/preschool on the Northern Beaches, Gumnnut Kindergarten, for a little while now, and it’s all ready to go.

I went to visit them in the early stages of the project and it really is lovely happy place – just like a family. They have places available now! 

It’s a WordPress managed site, with all the content updateable in a simple backend format. The header image changes dynamically and the site includes real photos of their facilities and natural surrounds. We used some funky Google WebFonts to mix it up a bit and add that cutesy kid touch to the whole thing.

New Logo for Gumnut KindergartenI also developed a more web-friendly logo for them, keeping the central ideas and message of their existing logo. (You know what? Gumtree leaves are actually quite hard to draw and represent. Gumnuts with blossoms are even harder!)The kindergarten wanted to maintain their links to the church in their logo tagline and also in the design of the website. We used a ‘bookmark’ symbol to link back to the church website, as well as a quote from the Bible in their logo.

Our client says:

Thank you for the work you have put into it, it looks
fantastic, very welcoming and the message is very clear.

Technically, developing the site structure was a challenge – to develop an architecture for their information from the ground up and make it clear for a new visitor where to find the information they need. We made sure that the structure and content included was clear from the outset, and the client understood what to do next.

We integrated it into our favourite CMS, WordPress, to make a website that has easily updateable links, content and downloads. They are easily able to change application forms or policies online, and make changes to photos and other admin details as changes happen.

We even gave them a user guide to make it super simple to maintain. This will mitigate future costs of needing to pay a web developer money to make small administrative changes, which from a small business perspective is one of the biggest selling points for investing the extra money in having a website with a CMS (content management system).

Interested in knowing more? James Kirsop and I make websites, and we’d love to make one for you.