Elume required a fresh website which addressed the large volume of products in an intuative way.
Garnish Garden designed a moody site using a combination of php and flash to show each product up close.Elume needed various print items designed and Garnish Garden obliged; designing labels, business cards, and ads. Lil Jen, milliner to the stars, had a blog which needed some serious design work to match the beauty of her creations!
After calling upon some vintage children's books Garnish Garden got all burlesque and helped devise and implement a template to complement her products.Jac+Jack wanted a stylish, simple website which reflected the muted colours and lines of their range.
Using a grey palette Garnish Garden came up with a flexible template which seamlessly switched from flash sequences to a shop. A CMS was created so that products and media could be updated without further cost.Coco Belle was launching a brand new jewellery line and required a logo which encompassed their urban yet feminine products.
Garnish Garden designed a logo that had a hand drawn and textured feel that could translate over all mediums, from their website to packaging ribbon.Coco Belle's next requirement was a fully functioning e-shop that looked fabulous yet fit into their start-up budget.
Garnish Garden designed the site to fit into the shopping cart software selected and entered all products and content into the database while also training the staff at Coco Belle to make their updates in the future.Once the website was launchedCoco Belle needed to alert their potential customers.
Garnish Garden designed and coded a html email which was then mailed out to their client list.Over the last few years Garnish Garden has created illustrations for various clients including: Lush Cosmetics, Ali Hamylton Cosmetics etc.