Archives for category: Branding

After much toing & froing at the sharp end of the development stick, today saw the full launch of a new website for registered charity: Sneath’s Mill Trust.

Designed with a striking Home Page featuring a dynamic feature-image carousel to give viewers an at-a-glance overview of the mill throughout the ages, the website has been carefully populated with lots of key information which we hope will appeal to all who come into contact with it, as the Trustees and members seek to secure ongoing support and funding to protect the long-term future of the mill and surrounding site.

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Very soon JWDC will be uploading a Case Study (Website 7) of this project to our blog so vistors can discover more about the work we’ve done on this project over the past six months.

Though our initial remit was just to design & programme a website for the Trust, we also undertook (at cost to ourselves) to take photographs and deliver a Visual identity and limited Stationery suite for the charity – our small contribution to help a charitable organisation in their efforts to protect an important part of South Lincolnshire’s – and indeed the nation’s – long and colourful heritage…

New Dolphin Visual Identity

Having created the initial Visual Identity for Dolphin Television almost eight years ago (see example below), last week JWDC unveiled an update to the Dolphin marque (above) which now features a glamorous new three-dimensional Chromium Light rendering of the core symbol which replaces the distinctive but more sedate 2D look that has been in existence since 2002.

An important part of Dolphin’s repositioning was to lose the logotype which previously sat beneath the dolphin symbol, supremely confident was the client that their brand had permeated every level of the media world they inhabit that customers would instantly recognise the company behind the shimmering new 3-dimensional shape. For those rare occasions when a liquid-metal incarnation of the new Visual Identity may not be strong enough for maximum recognition (eg Hospitality Events, Conferences, TV Idents, etc) a range of coloured-metallic versions of the symbol was developed:-

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Plans are to unveil the new marque across the client’s Website, Auction Site, Stationery Suite, Merchandise and Signage with JWDC playing an important role as Brand Guardians to ensure accurate & faithful reproduction of this carefully crafted and very dynamic visual identity.

See more examples of the quality design work produced by JWDC at:


Forget all that talk of a four-day Bank Holiday filled with nothing but rest & relaxation!

Today saw the launch of the latest JWDC online project, namely the new website for television presenter, Rachel Pierman whose next major commission following on from her successes in the past presenting live shows for five (Brainteaser and Memory Bank) is the new series of ITV1’s quiz show: Divided.

The launch of has been timed to coincide seamlessly with the launch of the new series of Divided this coming Tuesday 06 April at 5.00pm, and we’re all absolutely thrilled with the look and performance of the new website and all it offers. It should prove to be  a real resource for Rachel as the days, weeks and months unfold.

As well as her current Feature Showreel (available to view on nearly every page), the new site features Mini-Showreel clips, Voice Promos, Voicereels and Gallery pics as well as information on the Business Presenting Courses Rachel also been involved in setting up & running recently.

2010 looks set to be another positive year for JWDC and we’d just like to say a huge “thank you” to all the bright young things behind the scenes who have helped towards the release of this latest project.

Nothing like the release of a new website design to send us into egg-stacy over Easter!…