THE DOGHOUSE TW11
Simon first approached me looking for a website for his writing suite and recording studio. After our initial chat we decided that he also needed a logo.
My first job was to look at the company and develop some ideas for a logo. I presented Simon with an art board of ideas and some initial recommendations. Simon picked the direction he preferred and I went away and refined the idea. We ended up with the logo you see today, a play on the iconic London underground sign but using a vinyl in the background instead.
After the logo was done I started working on the website. The studio is all about its vintage and outboard equipment so I decided that we would feature an individual piece of the studio’s equipment in the background of each page, but in a slightly distorted black and white. I love the idea of using mixing desk knobs as the menu items. I drew all the icons on the site using Affinity Designer and the photos were edited using Affinity Photo, including the cassette on the gear page, which I am especially proud of.
The website ended up being a great showcase of the studio and we are both really happy with the final outcome.
I also supply the SSL, the hosting, regular maintenance & updates.
The Doghouse TW11 cassette outline
The Doghouse TW11 menu structure.