SITU's brief to Sound in Theory was to create a serviced apartment booking website to set them apart from the competition. Services include web design, web strategy and day-to-day website support.
Already a successful online store, Wicked Uncle needed targeted web design to revitalise their website with a clear focus on the ease of use and speed that reflects their service.
Helios Investment Partners is the largest Africa-focused private investment firm. They engaged Sound in Theory to provide a range of digital and branding projects.
Watt to Wear needed a new brand and website with a wider appeal. Prestige, quality, and excellence were words which described the brand's aspirations.
Working with Natural Trust on a website for the Somerset Festival of Nature, an array of events celebrating Somerset and the natural world.
With an avid following and great range of cards and gifts, Holy Mackerel needed a spring clean of their brand and website.
Jobswipe is a new, innovative iPhone App that lets you search for jobs on the go.
Brand Identity for this craft beer diner with American influences and an approachable, friendly atmosphere.
Rainbow Living is a volunteer run charity based in Devon, dedicated to finding accommodation for adults with disabilities
Brand development and printed marketing materials for South West-based leisure centre operator Tone Leisure.
Conceived as a café and cook shop, Toast came to us to create a distinctive, approachable brand that conveyed the character of the company.
Exeter Pound is a non-for-profit local currency initiative, created for the Exeter people and businesses.
Leworthy & Co. is the new business venture of Estate Agent Matthew Leworthy. Sound in Theory provided a complete brand and web package.
With an innovative idea ready to launch, ECOE required Sound in Theory to create their brand & visual identity.
Sound in Theory were commissioned to create a brand identity, print materials and a website to showcase the new business.
The Met Office required a vibrant website to engage young people in climate change.
Fine jewellery specialist Max Von Scharfenberg required an eCommerce website for his new start-up venture.
With a great brand and website already established, Seed To Plate required a book to compliment their online offering.