Website for the lion king, Erik Kleinhans

The first of a number of Wordpress websites with custom component development for a group of leading South African flower exporters 

Wordpress website design for a longterm client in the wine industry [www]

Redesign scheduled for 2017.  Currently we're working together with Bloemhof to simplify the information from a user perspective, and organising the information in the backend to help manage the massive amount of information accumulated in the 7 years of the sites' existence.

Extensive consultation and proposed custom Wordpress implementation.

The Het Jan Marais Nationale Fonds was established in 1915 to promote Afrikaans, and Stellenbosch, and led to the establishing of the University of Stellenbosch.

In addition to a complete corporate identity (logo, businesscards, compliment slip, fax cover) and photography, we also implemented a content management system, so that the Fund can maintain it's own website. 

Additional layout with another of the proposed CI's

Website, email signatures, newsletters for professional MTB team, Team RECM

Corporate identity, website, social media, and advertising for this short term loan company.

Work for the Helderberg Wine Festival, organised by CVO Marketing, included:

  • Website
  • Posters
  • Flyers
  • Electronic Newsletters
  • Magazine - and newspaper adverts
  • Festival booklet
  • Social Media management

Millennium Trust is a non-profit organisation funded by a private family trust.  The aim of Millennium Trust is to make South Africa a successful country to live in.  The Trust undertakes own projects or support projects, people as well as organisations that realise the aims of the trust.

We facilitate this, by creating a user friendly site, with secure backend enabling the client to maintain the site themselves.

Aside from the birds nest logo, we sourced the wine bottles to accommodate the acid etching instead of a more traditional printed label. We also designed a simple elegant site for Elgin Heights, a winefarm in the Elgin valley