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Kilmarnock Forge web redesign by Sauce Design

eCommerce website refresh for Kilmarnock Forge

This is the second website we have built for of longtime client Kilmarnock Forge. The first was had a very basic online ordering system – it was developed way back in 2008! This is really a #ThrowBackThursday post as we launched the new, fully fledged Shopify ecommerce site in 2017 and then forgot to post
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New mobile friendly website for Eye Surgery Associates OPMED

Long-term client Dr Basil Crayford of Eye Surgery Associates (OPMED) recently asked us to update their online presence with a new responsive website. The website refresh features beautiful photos by Kate Barclay Photography, who despite her phobia of needles was able to produce these fresh and engaging images; well done Kate for staying upright. View
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BiteRiot! cherry juice product DL promotional card design

Fiona Hall of BiteRiot! was heading to China for a trade fair, and featuring BiteRiot!’s cherry juice product. We were engaged to create a high end flyer outlining the product, and highlighting the fact that the product is 100% cherry juice, no concentrate, nothing whatsoever else is added. Conveying the message – the design concept
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Logo and business card design for SMORGS Paving & Landscaping

Hot off the press is the new logo design for SMORGS Paving & Landscaping. Steve came to us with a request that the design might include a tool or some other visual of his trade. Two paving tiles are an instantly recognisable visual and form a subtle S – this can be used alone throughout social media as
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Interpretative historical panels for Carcoar village bus shelter

Interpretative historical panel design for Carcoar village bus shelter

We were approached by the Carcoar Village Association to produce a series of panels to act as a historical timeline. The design includes; facts about the village, maps, photographs and text to tell visitors the story of Carcoar from days gone by right up to present day memories and events. The panels line the local bus shelter
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