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We have worked with many different types of clients from household names and multi-nationals to charities and successful local businesses and start-ups.
The interface had to be clean, on brand and intuitive – right up our street. Together with our friends at White October we produced the new site using a phased, agile design and development approach.
Lisa Shattock, Senior Marketing Manager - BT Business
The team at Hutchhouse took time to understand the complex and varied needs of the different user groups in BT Business, which was essential for the success of Sales Zone. Their focused project management, flexible approach to changing priorities and a real commitment to deliver ensured that the site was launched according to the tight timescales and on budget. We are delighted with the site and continue to work with then to continually improve and roll-out new innovations to our users.
The new interface reflects the new Johnson & Johnson brand styling bringing the media Centre inline with new brand guidelines. It also addresses a number of navigational improvements highlighted by the users feedback having used the previous version of the site.
The online tool aims to help young children learn English and so had to be fun and fully captivate it’s audience. Once we had designed the brand and this had been approved the site design came together very quickly with a blue sky/cartoon theme. The site content is neatly furnished with old map backgrounds and drift wood to give the site and the new publication a particularly strong identity.
Features to be included were: a project library, news section, awards, updates and jobs board. The site needed to reflect the key channels which form Red, each of which have separate content requirements.
The resulting design and finished site ticked all the boxes. It’s fully content managed and nicely organised with the six company channels forming the top level of the site’s structure.
Since its inception, the site has been a real success story, adding a new channel to Red’s marketing strategy and enhancing an already prestigious image.
The brief was simple… make the website it easy to use and make it look great!
The interface design carries the brand all the way from homepage to checkout and provides a consistent, rich experience.
Pap The Question is a unique idea that provides a private Paparazzi service to guys (or gals) who want to record themselves popping the big question to their loved one. The brand needed to convey a Paparazzi style with funky modern imagery that would appeal to the demographic of it’s potential customers and advocates. The website needed to be flexible, easy to manage and rich in features; a jewelers directory, image galleries and an online booking process. The end product is an eye catching and desirable website that is – not only good looking – but functional and easy to maintain.
The brief was to design a website that reflected Dominic’s work letting his unique style shine onscreen. The majority of the site uses a simple theme, which allow the tiles (and wallpaper – let’s not forget that) to really come through. On pages such as the homepage where the artwork was not going to be so obvious we continued to allow Dominic’s work shine through using full screen background imagery which the site visitor could manipulate by flicking through various examples of Dominic’s completed work. The aim was to give the site visitor an all-round feel for the tiles and wallpapers on sale. We devised a product page which would allow the products to be shown off in either a single view, an installation view (showing the product in a variety of settings) or in using the dimensions specified by the user. The latter also calculates the number of tiles or meter-age of wallpaper required to fill the area that the user has requested and ultimately adds the products to the site’s shopping basket to create the order.
Echome were also frustrated with having to contact their previous website designer in order to update even the simplest content on their old site. We produced a new website which enabled Echome to update and create every aspect of their site’s content.
Echome was created in response to the growing uncertainty of future energy production and the need to address the greenhouse-gas emissions which are threatening serious climate change. We wanted to grab people attentions and be very clear what the sites objectives were. To achieve this we developed a large ‘hero’ area on the homepage that displays messages regarding the companies key objectives with striking imagery chunky typography.
The site showcases and merchandises the bikes for sale, brands with a clean, fresh user interface.
Talent Puzzle are the UK’s largest recruitment tendering platform. They approached us to re-design and improve the architecture of the user interface (UI) in order to heighten the user experience (UX) for their key user base.
After a period of discovery and information architecture (IA) we produced around 12 template designs which have massively improved the user journey and overall appearance of the site.
AXA Car Insurance launched their new TV advertising at the end of January 2010 with a key theme; Respect on the Road. It centred around the difference between ‘AXA drivers’ and those on the road who show no respect whatsoever for others around them.
The campaign and supporting PR campaign needed online support and an ability to invite the general public to interact with the concept – which is why Hutchhouse was invited to get involved. We were asked to build the supporting website, inline with strict brand guidelines. The result is a site which delivers news stories, engages with the users and invites discussion via commenting, surveys and polls and which delivers the message required.
The result is a site which combines on-brand design with a flexible, extensible content management system. In other words a great combination of form and function which hands SPA a fantastic tool to spearhead their online marketing activity. More than that, the website can be easily translated into any language to suit the company’s key global territories and incorporates tools such as RSS aggregation as well as automated population of company news to SPA’s social network channels.
This the perfect tool for all types of designers. The Allworkedup system is a beautifully designed and developed feedback system which allows designers to present their work online and invite comments from heir clients.
The site is managed via White October’s CMS ‘Contented’ and so the designs needed to be flexible and well thought through as well as in line with the CHPA’s new brand guidlines. The site design features an intuitive navigation which interacts with the CHPA branding, as well as some really well thought out templates covering content such the the CHPA’s member’s directory.
The site concept was devised to illustrate the change in Mister Tuuut as he goes from a standard ‘tuuut tuuut’ provider to a funky ringback tone maestro! The site has a light switch which functions as a theme changer switching Mr Tuuut’s life from the dull and boring to the exciting and vibrant lifestyle he now leads.
The interface gives the user the option to play the main video, and also offers additional clips from Mister Tuuut’s life changing transformation. A competition is available as well as additional information about the campaign. The entire interface uses ajax extensively giving the user plenty to do with their fingertips.
The site is available in 4 languages and the video campaign itself was set up on both Vimeo and YouTube.
Their selection of gifts and toys is fantastic and offers kids and parents a great array of choice when it comes to deciding how to get the best out of playtime. So, when we were approached to design and build the site we were more than happy to throw ourselves into the project.
The design aspects included a brand new logo concept and development of a new look and feel for this start up company. The results were well received and after some small tweaks the brand was approved and the site design was ready to begin.
The site itself is a fully content managed shop which utilises the flexible ‘Contented’ CMS. The design is simple but extremely effective providing a clean intuitive interface for customers and well structured content for search engines.
Hutchhouse worked closely with All Things Beer’s director, Russel Warren, to produce the logo, website and printed literature. The business collateral (including the website) was ready for the client within 6 weeks of the initial meeting.
Hutchhouse started with the base of anyone’s corporate image, the logo. We introduced a new typeface and identity which echo’s the dynamic and evolutionary nature of the business.
Developing from the logo we produced the website – which was a challenge. Tonnes of content as you’d expect – with a structure that was far from ‘standard’.
The resulting interface really conveys the content well – embracing the use of Ajax and multiple tabbed information boxes.
The concept behind this short was down to Dave Fletcher who – after seeing the Age Concern campaign – wanted to create a parody involving ‘the lonely geek’ a stereotype we all recognise.
As close allies to White October we stepped up and throwing our ideas into the mix, and putting together this website. The real message behind this campaign? To remember those who really need help at this time of year.
Last time we looked this had been featured on the YouTube homepage and had been viewed over 400,000 times.
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