Primal Joy make delicious healthy, handmade and natural paleo snacks.
We recently gave them a brand new identity and packaging for their range of bars, bites and granola's, in order to better reflect the quality of the products and achieve stand out on shelf.
Standing out in a highly competitive market isn’t easy though, so creating something that not only stayed true » see more
It’s getting to that time of year when we all go in search of a beautiful country pub with a warm fire and good food. That’s exactly what The Baiting House wanted to offer its customers when the team there first approached us. The problem? They wanted their identity, signage and menus all to reflect the quality customers could expect from the » see more
The Stencil Studio has recently introduced their popular range of stencils in retail stores up and down the UK. Already well established online, the company approached Hills Design to help achieve the best possible impact in-store, through a re-design of their packaging.
Following initial conversations with the team at Stencil Studio, it became clear that in order to truly raise the » see more
A few months ago when a lively and enthusiastic Italian man bounded through the doors of our studio to discuss a project that he was about to undertake, we had no idea quite where the journey would take us.Today, we can reveal the first of the fruits from a very enjoyable few months, with the launch of Tonda Terra and its » see more
Livestock farmers aside, you may not have come into contact with our latest design work for Henry’s Farm Feeds. Established in 1896, Henry Cole & Co Ltd has become one of the major manufactures and distributors of animal feed in the UK.
With a rich heritage and quality products, the company needed to ensure it maintained its position as a market » see more
Soon to be moving around the Cheltenham and Gloucestershire area is our latest work, a new spring/summer marketing campaign for estate agent, Read Maurice.
In a very crowded market, it’s essential to stand out and be noticed. Our brief was to deliver a marketing campaign that was both fresh and innovative, avoiding many of the well-trodden clichés and pitfalls that come » see more
Our latest work has seen us get our ‘hands’ around the brand design for a new range of children’s cutlery.
The uniquely designed cutlery set aims to make mealtimes easier for young children and is now starting to make real waves in the children’s market; sharing the main prize at the Women With Bright Ideas Awards and has been shortlisted for » see more
With the cold weather setting in, it made a welcome change to be working on the brand identity, stationery and website for new clothing company, Salted. The fashion design company produce classic quality clothing for hot climates which embrace elegance and simplicity.
Salted is officially launching in South Africa, but it will soon be making its way » see more
We’ve just rebranded Cheltenham based independent accountancy and tax firm, Paish Tooth. Having won the pitch, our role was simple; to take an established company and deliver a design that would reflect the professional and unique services on offer.
The logo merges the letters P and T in the name to create a unique looking symbol, while the use of a lowercase font helps reflect » see more
It's been an exciting few days for Hills Design as the website for The Cotswold Farmer has gone live.
Trying to take the natural humour of our original packaging online was never going to be easy, particularly when our initial work with the brand had seen it develop such a strong identity of its own with consumers.
So we took the decision to stay true to » see more
There’s been some epic new additions to the Wolfy’s pack recently with two tasty new porridge pots howling their way to the shelves; Mocha Porridge with Maple Syrup and Coconut Porridge with Lime.
Having originally designed the branding and packaging for the first three pots, we were tasked with finding colour combinations to reflect these new flavours » see more
It's been quite a few weeks for Hills Design and bike races. As if stumbling across last month's Tweed Run wasn't enough, the team were on also on hand to marvel at the cyclists in this year's Tour de France as they bolted through the Essex countryside.
They Pelican came so close they almost snatched the French vino out of our » see more
Blistering heat and tweed don’t necessarily go hand-in-hand. Throw in the prospect of a 12-mile bike ride with 500 or so people, however, and you begin to get a picture of one of London’s quirkiest annual events: The Tweed Run.
For one of our team it was quite hard to miss them on a recent trip to the capital, » see more
It’s a common misconception that websites today need to be all singing, all dancing entities, with multiple links or pages and a site map (its overall layout) more complicated than some of those you struggled with in GCSE Geography. Of course, sometimes, having layers to a site is a good thing and can be really effective, but occasionally, whether through » see more
We were recently approached by Gloucestershire-based sports coaching company, Isporta, who wanted to completely reinvent their online presence. Our brief was to work with their existing logo and create a website that would reflect the fun and vibrant nature of their work and help them to stand out from the competition.
We decided on an overall theme of “school days” for » see more
Mind Jobs are a recruitment agency for jobs in the Mental Health Sector. We wanted to design an identity that could be both relevant to the industry, but at the same time wouldn't take itself too seriously and still have appeal. The new identity will be rolled out online and across stationary and marketing material in the near future.
Hills Design have just completed some really exciting new branding and packaging for Wolfy's Porridge Pots, produced by Kitchen Garden Foods Ltd. Bringing out a new porridge product into this fiercely competitive market sector placed even greater emphasis on the packaging being both unique and memorable. As brands begin to develop their own character and culture in today's world, it » see more
Most people will no doubt have seen the 'Keep Calm and Carry On' posters over the past few years printed on anything from mugs to deck chairs. In fact, many will probably have seen the array of derivative posters which have attempted to trade off the success of the original. Yet how many can say they know the » see more
Hills Design have just completed the fourth title in a series of short publications by Charles Landry and Comedia Books. Following the design style of the previous three titles, Culture & Commerce was launched last week at the Royal Academy in Mayfair, London.