Tag Archives: Web design

Manual — new site

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Various projects / Manual Creative, 2014

In my opinion, Tom Crabtree’s Manual Creative are amongst the very best studio’s in the world right now, consistently producing design of the highest standard. Today they launched a stunning, elegant new website, including some great new projects. Go and enjoy.

Sticker Swapping 2014

Sticker Swapping / Sennep, 2014

Sticker Swapping / Sennep, 2014

Sennep have just launched Sticker Swapping 2014 – a site to help you keep track of your Panini football sticker album, and trade with other members to complete your collection!

Check it out

→ New work ←

Nick Leith-Smith identity / Tim George, 2014

Nick Leith-Smith identity / Tim George, 2014

Nick Leith-Smith identity / Tim George, 2014

Nick Leith-Smith identity / Tim George, 2014

I’ve updated my portfolio site with a few new projects. The first of which is this re-branding for Nick Leith-Smith, a small architecture & design practice based in London, specialising in high-end retail & residential work. This was a really great project to work on and I’m really happy with the results.

Read more here

See the studio website here

Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios — new website

Southbank Centre / FCB Studios, 2017

RAF Cold War Museum / FCB Studios, 2006

The Hive / FCBS, 2012

New website / FCB Studios / Sennep, 2014

I’m pleased to say the new website for Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios is now live. This was a massive job that I worked on at Sennep for a little over a year, completely overhauling the site from the ground up.

The practice has been going since the 70s and has amassed an astonishing portfolio of work. Pictured above are:

Southbank Centre, est 2017
RAF Cold War Museum, 2006
Worcester Library, 2012

Check out the site to see lots more!

If the Moon were 1 pixel

If the Moon were 1 pixel / Josh Worth, 2014

If the Moon were 1 pixel / Josh Worth, 2014

A really nicely done, pixel-perfect representation of our Solar System by Josh Worth. Amazing stuff.

Sennep on Form Fifty Five

Sennep x Form Fifty Five / 2014

Sennep x Form Fifty Five / 2014

Just a note to say that Form Fifty Five have featured an interview with Sennep, and we’ve also made a new interactive banner for the site.

Check it out

LSO Play

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LSO Play / Sennep, 2013

LSO Play / Sennep, 2013

Today I’m very happy to announce that LSO Play has officially launched. It’s a project that I’ve been working on at Sennep for the past year, and we’re all immensely proud of it. Go and check it out!

The site allows you to watch & interact with HD footage of the orchestra performing Ravel’s Bolero. It’s an immersive experience, allowing you roam around the orchestra by changing your camera feeds, learning about how the players perform, and understanding the nuances of conducting. You can also explore a map of the orchestra, learn about the instruments, read performer bios, and watch masterclass videos.

It has to be said that LSO were an absolute dream client to work with. They came to us with a pretty open brief and were completely enthusiastic about everything we came up with. This was a lot of fun to work on!

I’m really pleased with this project, I think it looks awesome and is really fun to play with. I hope you enjoy it too!

In the future LSO will be uploading more videos of different performances, and maybe one day the experience will be translated to an iOS app or similar. In the meantime, I think this project really proves that Flash on the desktop is not dead!

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New website launch!

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I’m very pleased to announce that my long-overdue portfolio refresh is now live! I’ve been working on this for what feels like ages now – and finally the crappy holding page is no more; a fully-functioning portfolio sits in its place.

Go check it out at tim-george.co.uk and let me know what you think!

Jam with Chrome – one of my projects of the year

Jam with Chrome / Illustrator unknown, Google, 2012

Google have bloody well gone and done it again.

‘Jam’, their latest Chrome Experiment, is simply incredible. Just go and play with it, and tell me you don’t grin from ear to ear.

The concept is simple, but the execution is perfect. Pick an instrument (there are 19), and start clicking around to make sounds. This might not sound exciting, but flick on the ‘auto play’ settings. Tune starts sounding pretty good, huh? You can start mixing things up by changing the chords, key, tempo, and effects. It’s intuitive, responsive, and immensely satisfying.

But where things get really, really cool, is when you invite a friend to your jam. In real time, the two (or three, or four) of you can play together. And it sounds awesome.

It works seamlessly too, if you have a decent connection. Throw into the mix some really gorgeous illustrations (I can’t find who did these anywhere! If you know, please tell me in the comments!), nice typography, and really satisfying UI touches, you’ve got yourself one hell of a project.

Bravo indeed.

***UPDATE: from what I can find on the web, the superb illustrations were handled by Rob Bailey from Manchester***

More illustrations below:

Oh yeah, and there’s a really sweet video to promote the whole thing. Boom.

Sennep website

Sennep.com, 2012

The new Sennep website is now live. Go check it out!