SR Creative were recently commissioned to rebrand Auto Electrical Supplies, Wakefield (AES). The company are specialist international distributors of flexible conduit systems and connector interfaces, which protect critical and electronic wiring assemblies in the automotive industry. The brand is being implemented throughout the company, and will include signage, stationery and workwear as well as packaging and labelling.
The brief also required SR Creative to provide a creative style of photography for the wide range of products AES distribute. We created dynamic and vibrant images by focussing on both the colour of the products and the graphic shapes these created. This brought to life, to what are in essence, a very simple set of products.
We have also been commissioned to design and build their new website which is nearing it’s final stages.
New Ecommerce web design for Castleford based Eco Fencing, part of the Atkinsons Fencing Group. It is a fully responsive website for PC, Tablet and Smart Phone platforms. The online shop includes product reviews, related products and different pricing structures for general customers and stockists. The site users the latest html5 technology and is controlled by the client using our SRC:Net content management system.
” We have worked with Shackleton Rollin for a number of years on both web and press work and found them to be both efficient and accommodating to our needs. Our ideas for a website were turned into reality through the talented design and programming team and any changes required were dealt with very quickly. We would have no hesitation in recommending them for any type of creative design service.” Andy Fenney, Atkinsons fencing.
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Responsive website design and build for Wakefield Enterprise Partnership. Using our SRC:Net Content Management System the site is a fully responsive design and is programmed in HTML5 and CCS3 for optimum functionality and viewing on PC, Tablet and mobile devices. The interactive website is an information portal for businesses and a promotional tool to attract inward investment to the Wakefield District.
Jamie Appleton, Lead Inward Investment & Promotions Officer, Economic Development, Wakefield Council:
“I am really impressed by the technical, design and business-like approach of Shackleton Rollin. They have been an excellent partner to work with; responsive and highly professional and I am delighted that we were able to find so much talent on our doorstep. We are really excited by the new look and above all the functionality it gives us – it will really make a big difference to promoting the district but also to getting business information to our local firms. It is a major step forward as a tool for our work and the general goal of giving Wakefield a better profile amongst investors and for business users.” View Wakefield First website>
We have designed and built the website for Solinear who specialise in architectural external solar shading and plant room Louvre screening systems. The site is programmed using the latest HTML5 and CSS3 languages and is fully responsive and automatically scales to fit cross browser platforms for PC, Tablet and Mobile devices. There are numerous image carousels, galleries and download platforms for technical data. The content of the web pages is controlled by the client through our SRC:Net Content Management System. Eshot templates have been designed to promote specific products and highlight project case studies.
We are working with Intersnack on the set up of the Pom Bear website. The children’s snack is one of Intersnack’s well known high street brands, which includes the Penn State American snacks and the Percy Dalton nuts range. The interactive site will be relaunched in February.
We are delighted to announce that after an intense and competitive bidding process we have been commissioned by Wakefield Enterprise Partnership to design and build the new Wakefield First website. The site will be a dynamic, interactive and information based platform; and a promotional focal point for attracting inward investment, supporting trade and raising the profile of the City. It focuses on sustainable growth, job creation and the promotion of the Wakefield district as a vibrant, dynamic and competitive region with global aspirations. Built using our SRC:Net Content Management System the site is a fully responsive design and programmed in HTML5 and CCS3 for optimum functionality and viewing on PC, Tablet and mobile devices. Working closely with the Wakefield First team the site will be launched at the ‘Wakefield Business Week’ run by the City Council in March.
More work has been completed for FirstGroup plc. We have designed a set of 6 page Stakeholder updates. The regionalised brochures promote the latest developments and successes of the Bus company within their respective operating areas.
The new P&I Report for 2012 has been designed and published. The digitally printed 36 page document was completed to a very tight deadline and thank you to Proco, our print partner, for their quick turnaround. The client is delighted with the outcome.
“We are delighted with our new P&I Report for 2012. We were working to a very tight time frame and as always the team at SR Creative worked extremely hard to help us deliver a Brochure that looks great, is professionally printed and was delivered on time!”
Justine Doherty, Business Manager, Oval International Ltd
We have designed and built the new Smarter Solutions website. The site is programmed using the latest HTML5 and CSS3 languages and is fully responsive and automatically scales to fit cross browser platforms for PC, Tablet and Mobile devices. The Home page of the site has moving graphics that create complete images from different timed layers. The content of the web pages is controlled by the client through our SRC:Net Content Management System. Eshots have also been created to help promote the company’s new range of products.
Strange things are afoot with our team at SR. Ian’s not looking his best (although some may disagree), Leigh’s fingernails have grown and are in need of a manicure, Steve thinks he is an American in London and Mat just thinks it’s all a joke! And then there is Sam, who is just plain old fashioned scary …