Leading London agency The Engine Group turned to JWDC to work alongside them in the creation of the 2011 Digital Maturity Index, a report aimed at raising awareness of the importance of measuring and reacting to digital media streams in today’s markets.

Originally conceived by JWDC as an 8-page folding document, the final format followed the more conventional A4 brochure layout. Strong use of Engine‘s own themed abstract photography dominated the cover concepts and specially illustrated icons and diagrams added punch to the internal pages where key data ran throughout…


In June 2011, JWDC designed & produced a Portfolio for leading garden designer Clare Agnew.

The Portfolio includes highlights from past projects Clare has worked on – including her Silver Gilt award-winning design ‘The Reflective Garden’ at the 2008 RHS Chelsea Flower Show – and is intended as a concise marketing tool, as she seeks to make others aware of her very personalised style of garden design.

You can view/download a copy of Clare Agnew’s Portfolio by clicking on the following link: CA2011_Portfolio.

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…

Securities and Telecommunications Engineering specialists, Osprey Technologies recently unveiled a new Visual Identity created by leading Lincolnshire-based design consultancy, JWDC.

Osprey’s core area of operations focuses on targeted opportunities in selected countries including the United Kingdom, Africa and the Middle East. The company delivers turnkey solutions for customers’ critical national infrastructure and business critical systems’ needs.

Though the choice of pictogram may not be altogether surprising, given the name of the organisation, careful consideration was given to the way in which the Symbol was rendered.

Wanting to ensure the Visual Identity was wholly unique to Osprey Technologies, JWDC, researched all manner of different sector companies trading with the word ‘osprey’ to ensure we were as exhaustive in our research as time & budget allowed. The final silhouette was crafted atop an open-source photograph of an osprey in flight to ensure accuracy of key details such as the beak, wings, wingtips and body leaving no doubt as to the identity of the bird in question.

A colour palette of Purple & Yellow Ochre provided a regal gravitas to the overall identity.

Upcoming requirements will see JWDC develop a Phase One Website and Stationery Suite to accompany the launch of the new Visual Identity.

The website of leading garden designer, Richard Miers, has just undergone an extensive round of updates with the Home Page and Projects sections in particular benefitting from the introduction of some fabulous photographs of recently-completed projects in both urban and rural locations.

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The refresh of Richard’s website ties in nicely with him being featured in the March 2011 issue of House & Garden magazine as one of the 10 leading garden designers to watch – an enviable accolade considering the calibre of contemporaries in this hallowed list includes the likes of RHS Chelsea Flower Show Gold Medal winners Arabella Lennox-Boyd, Tom Stuart-Smith and Andy Sturgeon as well as Tom Nixon and Arne Maynard…

As well as ongoing updates to www.richardmiers.com, we are also in negotiations with the client to create a blog which we feel will be far more beneficial than a simple ‘News’ link on the core website.