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GPP build graphically minimal WordPress themes for photographers, artists and entrepreneurs.
These two cater to two different users. You're an artisan selling custom made wallets, Squarespace was meant for you, look at their site and you'll see what I'm taking about. If you want 50,000 hits per day on a tech blog, Wordpress is an obvious choice.
Drinks, appetizers and entrées were necessity to display online as well as Squarespace’s event calendar as the pub has two musical acts and karaoke nights each week, speed and ease of input was paramount.
Elegant, organic leaves with a light typeface. This was for a local nightclub which often had a burlesque theme.
The concept was for a stock and investment blog that focuses on media and video content.
We went with a tranquil, muted look through photography. To edge out competition an AdWords campaign was included.
Simple it is not. When getting into interval training I needed something robust, and boy=oh-boy, this covers it all. I can write long-form, but check out the stars and reviews and decide for yourself.
The additional menu boards for the smaller concession in the Q Centre for Coca-Cola.
A series of menu boards for the concessions of the Q Centre. working with Coca-Cola is great because of the brand standards and crisp photography they provide.
Matching the brand I developed – this is one of a series of posters that hang Pizza Zone parlours.
Signage done for the ballpark and 7-Eleven stores in and around town.
The product is so playful, we needed a logo to match like socks. From the first draft we knew we had a winner.
Bright and cheery was the game plan for the Burger & Beer special. Went for white so the corporate colours and sharp imagery come through.
For use in the storefront, we wanted something Canadian looking, whatever that is, but this pulls it off!
For a local alcohol delivery service. Inspiration was taken from retro beer labels. Sadly no practical research.
For a blog that’s a constant flow of posts it seemed obvious to take inspiration from the infinity sign.
What an imaginative website. Firstly, editorial sites must adhere to common practices, but this is genius how they went to the edge of each of those rules.