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Sane & Able are delighted to announce that they are winners of the 2015 Music Design Awards for the second year running. The website of Fidelio Arts, one of the most esteemed management agencies in classical music, was recognised for its outstanding design in the “Classical” music industry category.
The brief to our classical division ‘Classical Music Design‘ was to create a unique, responsive website for Fidelio Arts to coincide with the addition of a new artist to their roster (Pianist Yuja
We have created the new logo for Classical Music Design. They wanted an elegant but strong icon that incapsulated their close ties to classical music but also a fluid and dependable edge to their design. The metronome has been broken down to it’s simplest form of just a few lines to show the basis of how CMD approach projects, removing all clutter and taking a design back to it’s simplest form and then building from there. The icon in it’s static
The Agency wanted a new site to match their new logo that we helped them create. The site needed to feel fresh and clean to showcase the variety of clients and different areas they work in. The site utilises a Wordpress back-end and a responsive HTML5 front end with the focus being put on search to find exactly what you want as quickly as possible.
We have created the new branding and website for The Agency. The company represents a spectrum of writers and directors working across film, television and theatre, from those at the peak of their careers to others who are just setting out. The logo development started with the question ‘How far do we take the new logo’ – just a slight update of the original logo, or a larger leap to change things completely? After developing various options, The Agency decided it was time for a
Milltag create bespoke performance cycle clothing for every level of road cyclist – from weekend warriors to the pro peloton. Established in London by expert graphic designers and dedicated cyclists, our innovative products utilise the finest technical materials and are ethically tailored by hand in Europe.
This is the second incarnation of the website that now includes better woo commerce integration and a responsive design.
A + EM London is a British company that designs and produces fashion footwear. Their aim is to provide footwear that retains a timeless quality, giving our products a handwriting, which defies conventional trend direction. They wanted Sane & Able to create a responsive website that would match their products and also their audience who both have a modern, fresh and very stylish style.
The Accelerator Network aims to deliver the most efficient range of support for high growth tech and digital media startups.
Its services unite information resources, bootcamps, hackathons, industry coaching, high growth training & mentoring and access to markets and seed/follow on capital to help emerging tech entrepreneurs build scalable, investable businesses.
Sane & Able worked closely with the team at The Accelerator Network to create a responsive site that showcased each step in the process of helping start-ups develop. The site needed to be easy to navigate,
Must-read books recommended by designers for designers.
The design industry has such an incredible number of resources available, that it can often be overwhelming to choose the next book to read that can really help you grow as a designer. It occurred to me that there should be a user-oriented place where designers can browse a must-read list of books recommended by designers. So Sane & Able is launching Gaddr to help solve this.
The new website for London based non-invasive cosmetic surgery clinic Dr Michael Prager has now launched. Named as one of Europe’s most skilled practitioners of cosmetic medicine, London-based, German-born and internationally educated Dr Michael Prager has been the key opinion leader for treating his patients in the most naturally attractive way.