Although we have our very friendly twitter feed to keep you up to date with all the latest stuff going on in the rather busy Sane & Able studio we wanted to make sure that your appetite is truly fulfilled with news.
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.
The new brand for London based non-invasive cosmetic surgery clinic Dr Michael Prager has now launched. The logo needed to be relevant to more than just the clinic itself as the brand and reach extends further than this. We created a complimentary colour palette which is light and hints at cosmetics but also appeals to both males and females whilst maintaining a slight bias to the female market.
We have recently introduced benefits to our team at Sane & Able. We created a simple set of of illustrations to represent some of these benefits showing not only do you get to work on great projects but you also get lots of perks for being part of our team.
“After striking a lucrative deal for a fleet of Snowing 747 airliners, Santa no longer needed his poor reindeer. But where are they now?”
The Sane & Able Christmas Cards have become a bit of a tradition in the studio, this year we thought we would go a little bit more historic and show you how the Reindeers are getting on in the world after the heavily reported ‘Santa buy out’.
The Nings are a set of illustrated characters that Sane & Able’s Creative Director, Alan Long, created for his new born son. They are based on the gurgles and noises his son made as a baby with each one adding a unique and fun character associated to the sounds. It has been proven that babies can see high contrast bold shapes and images from very early stages. Therefore, to foster as much imagination as possible, Alan created a set of unique picture cards that were
Ingle & Rhode is a pioneering ethical fine jeweller based in London. They produce stunningly beautiful jewellery, designed to your specifications, and made to the highest quality standards using fair-trade and ethically produced materials.
Ingle & Rhode is a rapidly expanding bespoke ethical jewellery company and their website acts as a main portfolio and introduction for most customers. They approached us to redesign the site to feel more high-end and modern whilst making sure that the journey of one of their rings and materials was at
After working with Ingle & Rhode on their website redesign we were asked to bring this style into other aspects of their business included branded material. This meant the design of bags, folders, a ring care guide, diamond grading guide and sapphire grading guide. This also included their new brochure which is based around the journey their handmade and ethical jewellery takes from the initial sketches, to choosing stones, the 3D models to the final ring.
Established in London in 2011, 9others is a network of over 1,000 entrepreneurs from 16 cities around the world. Together we are pioneering the way businesses solve challenges through collaboration and innovative thinking.
9others believes that to get ahead in today’s competitive environment, your success requires the aid of others. 9others required a simple, fresh and exciting site that was compatible on all devises. The focus was to highlight their depth as a global business network, based around people and connections. The site is HTML5 and
The network for women whose personal and work life matter to them in equal measure. Founder, Kathleen Alder, comments “It seems to me that a strange thing happens when a woman starts to consider parenthood. Options start to narrow down into two camps: being an ambitious mother or privileging career over everything else. There is no obvious happy medium. We want to change this with our core aims: Start a conversation, challenge conventions, give relevant advice, get people together, change the status-quo.”