Graphic design and brand identity design for photography website Snaptitude

We were delighted to work on a branding project for Snaptitude, a photography service with a fine art approach to portraiture and reportage style event photography.

Snaptitude commissioned Mono Industries to design a brand identity that needed to work hard in print, social and online. We developed a bold marque as part of the project that could be used on its own as well as part of the overall identity.

Michael Price

This was a great project for Mono Industries. We’ve worked with Michael on one or two web projects in the past so we jumped at the chance of working with him to reposition his online space.

The project was a text-book example of why it’s so important to meet face-to-face with clients. We chatted a lot about the journey Michael had taken during his professional career and where he now saw himself.

After a couple of meetings we set about re-imagining his website – the result is a stripped down, almost minimal and self-confident site, full of great content and products.

Darling Daughters

An identity for parenting organisation 'Darling Daughters' consisting of cream-coloured cursive type on a dark brown background.

Darling Daughters is the brainchild of parenting coach Judy Reith who regularly appears in the national media as a parenting and family expert.

‘Darling Daughters: 7 Secrets of Raising a Girl Every Parent Must Know’ is the title of a new book that Judy is currently writing and researching. As part of this research, Judy asked Mono Industries to design a brand identity and holding page for the project which was used to gather user research via social media and two online surveys.

We’re due to start work on a full-blown website very soon.

Greenbelt Festival

The logo for the Greenbelt Festival.

Mono Industries has had a long-term relationship with the Greenbelt Festival – from being involved in producing the Festival’s artistic programme to consulting on digital strategy. In mid-2013, the Festival’s creative director asked us to write a Request For Proposal document that would enable them to appoint a new digital development company.

We undertook staff and stakeholder consultations and wrote a comprehensive RFP that many developers said they would go on to use as an example of best practice. Mono Industries facilitated the short-listing process and the meetings that finally led to Greenbelt appointing a new digital development company.

Renovation Insurance Brokers

A section of an identity for Renovation Insurance Brokers showing a white uppercase 'R' in a black circle on a gold background.

Renovation Insurance Brokers is the market leader in renovation insurance, helping hundreds of clients, brokers, project managers and architects place the right insurance for large renovations.

As experts in building contract compliant insurance, they work to ensure that the properties that they insure are protected during the renovation process.

A long term client of Mono Industries, Renovation Insurance Brokers asked us to re-design and re-build their website in the Autumn of 2013 with a completely new structure and content strategy. We partnered with our favourite content providers and managed the entire process from the initial briefings to the site going live.

The original branding project involved designing for several different sub-brands which catered for different sectors that the company worked in hence the different branding and colourways.

Carol Jarvis

Carol Jarvis smiling holding a trombone.

Carol got in touch with Mono Industries after seeing one of our web projects. We chatted briefly, arranged to meet for lunch (which is always a good start to any relationship), and we immediately hit it off.

Re-designing Carol’s site was such a great project for Mono Industries because:

a] she was fully engaged from start to finish (which is surprisingly rare these days)
b] she had lots of great assets that we were able to make use of
c] she felt able to contribute valuable insights into how she felt the structure of the site should work.

The result is a friendly, asset-rich website and a long-term relationship with a hugely talented and inspiring client.

Mill Road Winter Fair

Colourful illustration of a street party scene.

The Mill Road Winter Fair is a great community event which attracts thousands of people each year to Mill Road, Cambridge’s mainly independent high street.

As a pro-bono project, Mono Industries designed a new identity for the fair as well as various pieces of print including programme front covers and posters.

The illustrations for the programme covers were drawn by Cambridge illustrator Sam Motherwell.

Sookio Ltd.

Sookio Ltd logotype in grey sitting on a white background.

Sookio Ltd provides web content, social media and expert editorial support for small businesses and big brands.

Having had a long-term relationship with Sookio Ltd, Mono Industries was asked to develop a simple, yet polished logotype for the company.