Work blog

New website for a mobile bar in Cornwall

I supplied a bar at several events last year – not something that I usually do – and got a good response.

Such was the response, that I was asked to create a website for a colleague with a view to taking more bookings. So I set about designing a website that showed a range of artisan ales, ciders, wines and spirits – all sourced in Cornwall wherever possible.

The style is slightly ‘hipster’ with retro logo and strong fonts, and the website is getting a lot of hits:

A new web presence for Cornish Crown ales

We like a drink at The Media Runner and when Josh from the Cornish Crown Brewery came looking for a new web presence, we knew the kind of website that would promote his range of award-winning ales.

A website that was informative, but not too wordy, with a good visual impact. Here is the new website, I’ll have a pint of SPA…

A new poster for The Crown

The Crown was looking for a quick poster for a forthcoming bingo night.

A quick search online for an image, a bit of Photoshop, some background wallpaper and a ‘font with lights’ and we’ve got a poster.

This poster took an hour – around £12.50.

A new website for Trevine Garden Services

Trevine Garden Services were looking for a better online presence and were looking for someone local in Penzance to make them a website.

Peter had a recommendation to use The Media Runner and, after a quick meeting, a website plan was hatched and a day later – a website up and running.

View the website here:

A new poster for Hairforce One

Hairforce One needed a new A2 poster to display their new opening hours, and wanted it bold. So I used black, red and white, a strong font and a barbershop pole to make it really stand out.

If you walk with 40 metres of Hairforce One you can see the sign – job done.