Archive for the ‘Letter D’ tag
Building a growing community of followers for Allergy Medical via Facebook and Twitter.
From coffee table to bedside table, books that can indeed be judged by their covers.
Capital P is a new venture and adventure in publishing by those bold characters at The Letter D.
Been working with Dan Pike on the initial positioning and launch—and a forthcoming book on domestic architecture.
The Twitter-fed website went up this week.
More on the bookish collaboration soon …
Spanning many years, services and industries
A diverse corporate profile for a diverse design-construct business.
Four key players in aquatic facility development come together to promote an integrated, turnkey service.
Get well soon
The Allergy Medical website contains extensive info and news on all things allergy. And how Allergy Medical can help with correct and timely diagnosis, treatment and management.
Dedicated allergy clinic. No referral required. No long waiting list.
Anyone who knows me—and my severe allergy to that stupid vegetable, capsicum—will know that this is one project very close to my heart. And various other vital organs.
Working closely with Dan at The Letter D from day one, we created the brand and marketing communications for this very timely medical practice.
It isn’t easy being green. Unless you talk to GreenHats …
A brochure promoting sustainability assessments and building energy ratings and retrofits—and the newly formed GreenHats—to the general public.
We developed the GreenHats branding too.
Design: The Letter D
A better built environment
Sustainable Property Development Services (via The Letter D) sought some assistance sustainably developing their website.
“Absolutely!” we chirruped. “But can we do something about the name?”
GreenHats was an instant hit with the client and the public.
We’ll get around to the website one of these days …
Design: The Letter D
When our special pals need specialised care
A referral kit for Queensland Veterinary Specialists—Queensland’s first specialist vet centre.
Photo & design: The Letter D