Based in West London and working with customers all over the UK (one of our oldest customers is actually based in the US), The Design Forum specialise in building websites. Some we design from scratch, some are refurbishments of customers existing sites and some are built based on designs from other agencies and designers. If you have an idea you'd like to quickly see on the web, get in touch.
Some time ago, we we created the branding and website for the popular Kew Village Market in West London. We have recently revamped the website, making it mobile friendly whilst keeping the feel of the old site and branding.
A series of posters and promotional postcards were designed to advertise the once-monthly Kew Village Market. These were widely popular promotional pieces as the Kew residents felt they ‘blended in’ with the old Victorian village feel of Kew Gardens, which is a conservation area. The same visual style appears throughout all literature and signage reinforcing the market appearing established and traditional.
The website for Kew Village Market is an integral part of promoting the new community market. An informative website – it is responsible for giving stall holder information, application forms, recruiting of volunteers, timings and directions. A blog and gallery of pictures also keep the site current and interesting, while email subscriptions and automated newsletters are sent to the local populace.