Environmental policy, really?

June 1, 2021

I’m not a great one for accreditations, awards and external affiliations and even a policy sounds quite formal. But I definitely think it’s important for my business to consider its environmental impact. I try to do everything possible to reduce the contribution of Burnett Design to climate change and to take some responsibility for the…

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A new flipbook for the University of Cumbria

November 6, 2020

It’s amazing what you learn about when you’re a designer. This product introduced me to some of the amazing eco innovations shaping businesses in Cumbria. From natural charcoal and compost to bra making and the protection of cray fish in local rivers, this booklet outlined how companies within Cumbria have used eco innovation to improve…

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New brand for Spark Electrical

October 16, 2020

Spark Electrical handle all aspects of electrical work, ranging from commercial and domestic projects to larger industrial contracts. NAPIT registered, they offer a professional and assured service to clients across North Lancashire and the South Lakes areas. The brief: Spark Electrical are in the early stages of branding and marketing their services, so it was…

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A new website for Joshua Enkin

September 23, 2020

A highly-respected alternative therapist, Joshua had a legacy website that was out of date and hard to edit. It featured old-fashioned photography and wasn’t mobile-friendly. This project gave me the chance to work with Ian Wood who captured new, professional photography of Joshua in his therapy location. I also worked with a professional copywriter who…

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Working with Kendal College on logo design and graphic design support

August 16, 2020

I’ve recently produced sub brands for Kendal College. Higher education, further education and retraining were the focus of this project. Design campaign ideas were turned into print adverts in the local media and used across social media graphics. They were also adapted to create impactful pop up displays on the college premises. Encouraging adult learners…

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An improved customer experience for Peter Hall

June 16, 2020

Stepping in to take over the existing website, we’ve worked closely with furniture makers and restorers, Peter Hall to improve the customer experience online. There’s a new ecommerce section on the site, giving customers the confidence to browse and choose pieces for every room in the home. Related products help shoppers get to grips with…

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New website for Sussex Garden School

February 16, 2020

Working with Julia was a real pleasure as we discussed how best to help people tap into her garden knowledge and expertise, tutoring and talks. The new site easily handles potentially complex navigation and helps users head straight to the bits they need. The site also links directly to Julia’s other marketing channels on Houzz,…

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Improved ecommerce for Linenshack

February 12, 2020

A new look website design for luxury bedding company, Linenshack complements a much-improved experience for online shoppers. The site now has easy-to-administer functionality for the owners too. The new design makes the most of their photography and the palette shouts comfort and luxury. As they now work closely with interior influencers, we brought two channels…

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It’s been busy…

December 12, 2019

It’s been a busy few years and the workload has made it tricky to work on my own website so I’ve taken some time off to update the site with a few new projects.

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Branding offline and online for Heritage Health and Safety

December 4, 2019

Who do you turn to when your castle foundations are being undermined by the Solent, or your pub has burned down and you need contractors to access the site safely? Heritage Health & Safety now have a website that puts them forward as the answer to that question. The new website positions them as the…

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