A smart new website for a property developer, designed to be responsive with mobile devices in mind.
King & Johnston
Website Design & Development
This functional and stylish new website for King & Johnston Homes has recently gone live. The site is designed primarily as a shop window and portfolio for the property company’s new developments. All websites we develop are fully responsive to all popular formats. In this case the client especially wanted the site to work seamlessly on mobile devices to help sales staff and potential buyers when viewing or on the way to a new property.
Miller’s Croft New Homes Brochure
Producing property sales brochures is one of our speciality services. It starts with a design which reflects the character of the development. The brochure for the Miller’s Croft development near Edenbridge is a great example. The new development had a very pleasant aspect with views across meadows toward the river Eden. The design reflects the pastoral character of the environment. We also produce the photography, site plans, floor plans and illustrations in house.
The pleasant and traditional character of the locality is accurately reflected in the design of this brochure.
An adaptable brochure aimed at multiple groups, used to target various demographics of potentials buyers.
Redwood Place New Homes
The brief was to design a pack of brochures for the Redwood Place apartments development in Sevenoaks, Kent. The brochure pack had to be modified and edited depending on the demographic of the potential buyer. Ground floor apartments were targeted at affluent retirees. Upper floor penthouses were aimed at younger professional commuters. We devised a system number of inserts to match the needs of the different target buyers.
Travelia Farm Property Brochure
Design a brochure for a luxury, zero carbon emissions development of two large houses with majestic views across the Kent Weald… and not far from London… only 35 minutes from Gatwick… with extensive grounds adjacent to thousands of acres of woodland… and much more! Of course, we used numbers to make the point!