The Butcher’s Wife was created by self-confessed foodie Hayley Brown, who is the other half of husband, Trevor Brown’s celebrated Lennox Head Butchery. With ready access to the regions freshest ingredients, The Butchers Wife is grounded in a passion for creating tasty, home-style cooking that everyone enjoys, while helping busy people dish up nutritious dinners on the run. This one page website was produced for Hayley with a brief to be brief. With beautiful photography of her produce, it was easy to achieve. You can visit her website here.
We have been working alongside HiTech Sports, updating their website to a more simpler, user friendly version using images supplied to showcase the work they do and the products they supply. You can visit the website here.
Adeona, a pioneer in early childhood education required a new look website that would be easy to update and extend on as they grow and move forward. Starting with just one centre in Coorparoo, they now have three other centres based in Queensland, with three of the centres rated Exceeding National Quality Standard. Wanting to make the website an image based site, a professional photographer was engaged and some beautiful images were produced of the children and the centres which made working on this website pure joy.
We love annual reports at molto creative. It is rewarding to create a professional report from the text and images supplied. Changing charts and graphs into colourful and easy to understand infographics is a rewarding challenge. Having wonderful photos to work with can enhance and tell your story. A professionally designed and written annual report can provide a great opportunity to communicate with your market, share your vision and reinforce your brand. This report was recently completed for Northern Co-operative Meat Company Limited and was a pleasure to work on once again.
My high school tafe students have created an over-sized board game to help Lismore City Council teach kids about the organics composting system at public events. The aim of the game is to reinforce what can and cannot go into the organics bin. The game will be used at local markets, shows, expos, shopping centres and community days.
The students jumped at the chance to take on the design challenge and were focused and receptive throughout the eight-week project. It was a real life scenario project and it was exciting to see the finished product and how it is going to be used in the community.
They each had to design the graphics and also make changes when something wasn’t working. Well done!!
Holley, a young local Lennox Head girl was invited to speak at the world’s largest conference on happiness and wellbeing Happiness and Its Causes in Sydney on the 22-23rd June. Holley was the youngest speaker ever to be included and so she wanted to use this opportunity to help promote her efforts in creating disruption to the palm oil industry. I was happy to help, as I have travelled to Borneo and have seen first hand, the massive destruction the industry is causing to the ancient rainforests, wildlife and people. Holley required some urgent artwork for a selfie frame and DL brochures for the event which were produced over a weekend. You can find out more and help by visiting Holley’s site.