Brand identity refresh and new stationery for Blake Stevenson, a research and organisational development consultancy based in Edinburgh working with public, voluntary and community organisations.
Brand identity and launch website for Quorum Cyber, a cyber risk and data intelligence consultancy. We used bold photography of the natural world, parallax scrolling and a contemporary colour scheme to challenge expectations of the cyber market and create a unique positioning for Quorum Cyber.
Brand identity, packaging, illustration, website copywriting, dual language print for KPC, a luxury hand knit yarns retail launch in Hong Kong and China.
Judith and I have worked together several times, most recently on KPC Yarn in Hong Kong. Working via Skype and email I was able to brief Judith to help develop everything from the brand logo to the final packaging for the yarn.
Judith is incredibly professional and easy to work with, full of ideas but also open to suggestions. Her in depth knowledge of design software and the practicalities of printing meant that she was also able to brief the web designer and printers in Hong Kong.
Sarah Coates, Creative Consultant at KPC Yarn
Logo, exhibition posters and information cards for 99 Objects, the summer exhibition at The Coastal Communities Museum in North Berwick.
Promotional posters, flyers and signage complete the identity.
Smith and Coates
Visual identity for Smith and Coates. Sarah Coates is a textile designer based in Hong Kong. She wanted a classic identity, reminiscent of the heyday of Hong Kong manufacturing to complement the vintage sixties silk fabrics she uses in her clothing and accessories designs.
We created a distinctive hand drawn logo to evoke this golden age of glamour. A foil blocked swing ticket, woven label and postcard complete the identity.
Visual Identity for Coastal Kids. We worked with local entrepreneur Veeann James to identify her brand values and vision for Coastal Kids and translate them into a fun and colourful logo for her new childrenswear store coming soon to North Berwick.
“ I had the chance to work with the fantastic duo Judith and David from Booth Creative who through their infinite patience and guidance and endless talking of Pantone colours ended up with this fantastic logo! I love whales and have read the Snail and the Whale soooo many times to my boys! I highly recommend Judith and David to anyone looking for their branding to be done.”
Veeann James, founder, Coastal Kids
The Tate Gallery by Tube
An iconic and award winning poster for London Underground, this poster was designed by David during his time as a designer at The Fine White Line.
It remains one of the best selling posters at The London Transport Museum.
Ad Meliora Academy Trust
Logo, strapline, website and blog for Ad Meliora Academy Trust, a Multi Academy Trust based in Norfolk.
We have also worked with their new partner primary schools, creating new school branding as they join the Trust.
Par For The Ladies
Book design for local historian Ailsa Fortune, tracing the history and origins of womens’ golf at North Berwick.
Firth of Forth Lobster Hatchery
Brand identity for The Firth of Forth Lobster Hatchery. Exhibit copy and livery, educational and fundraising marketing materials.
The Firth of Forth Lobster Hatchery is a registered charity working towards maintaining a thriving lobster population in the Firth of Forth.
Since securing funding from the Coastal Communities Fund in 2014 the lobster hatchery team have employed four part time paid members of staff and recruited a group of committed volunteers.
Brand refresh for Little Bird, creating an updated logo and illustrations for their new website and email newsletters.
LittleBird is a deals website for families looking to find the best things to do, see and buy. We first worked with Little Bird six years ago to create their brand identity and illustrations for their launch website.
We worked together again this year to evolve the Little Bird logo and create illustrative headings and infographics for their email newsletters and website listings.
Brand creation, packaging and launch for Tru, a premium skincare range suitable for high maintenance skin.
Booth Creative worked with me from the earliest stages to develop a distinctive brand identity for my business idea. This included the values, proposition and positioning which was used to inform their design for the striking packaging of the Tru range. This attracted the attention of the Fenwick’s buyer who launched the products at the flagship Bond Street store.
Judith and David are good collaborators, enthusiastic and supportive with great experience to draw from and respond with wonderful creativity to every brief. I recommend them wholeheartedly to anyone launching a new brand.
Sara-Jane Lynch, Creator, The Tru Brand
Brand Identity, packaging, product photography, point of sale, website copywriting and website masthead design for Ludicrously Good, an artisan tablet and fudge maker based in Edinburgh.
When we started our business producing and selling a quality traditional confection, Booth Creative worked with us to create a strong brand identity. They also designed our packaging, which had an immediate impact with retailers and their customers.
They have a wide range of skills in ecommerce and social media. Judith created all our product photography, prepared the text and layout of the website, created our Etsy shop, arranged our product display and linked it to our Facebook and Twitter pages.
We further benefit from ongoing advice and assistance from Booth Creative on updating our social media feeds.
Michael Stephen, Founder Ludicrously Good
Coastal Communities Museum
Brand identity for The Coastal Communities Museum in North Berwick. Signage, digital and social media applications and museum promotional material and copywriting.
The development of the Coastal Communities Museum is the culmination of a ten year community campaign to reopen and redevelop the Museum previously housed in the upper floors of the North Berwick School building in School Road.
The redevelopment is a Partnership between East Lothian Council (ELC) and local people, designed to represent the rich culture and heritage of all the communities in the North Berwick Coastal Ward which includes Aberlady, Gullane, Dirleton, and Whitekirk.