Food and Beverage

NYO Accountants

Money talks…

Money talks… NYO are a bunch of energetic accountants who provide constant support through numerous services to owner-managed businesses specialising in the food and beverage sector. Seeking an identity and website that is anything but traditional, NYO visited Junior in need of a unique and approachable platform. Using contemporary bright and minimalist visuals, Junior was able to tell NYO’s history and values whilst proudly showcasing their customer feedback. Adopting a user-friendly website structure, Junior simplified overwhelming jargon ideal for their Covent Garden creatives clients. Junior shot all the photography featured on the website, framing a level of authority with their lively characters, and capturing their modern, chic offices. SOMETHING: Brand Identity Copywriting Photography Stationery Design Website Design

Money talks…

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Firedog

Igniting the flames…

Igniting the flames…   A celebration of shared cuisine, London’s Firedog turns an open flame into glorious food feasts. Firedog visited Junior to develop this unique vision into a rowdy yet competent identity. Finding rich inspiration from Yesilcam (1970’s Turkish cinema), Junior combined the tale of Jason and the Argonauts with Tarkan the warrior. Junior developed Tarkan into a narrative in which the hero explores new lands, fighting bizarre beasts and he ultimately brings new delectable foods back to his people. With a great story, Junior brought this retro kitsch mythology back to life with a kick. The grand legend of Tarkan is displayed as a mural focal piece, revamping an outdated Parisian restaurant into an intimate punk paradise. In homage to the ancient Anatolian and Aegean settlements, Junior selected the name ‘Firedog’ to honour the proficient barbecue grill. Glyphs are placed throughout the mural, menus, and restaurant. Used as ancient forms of communication, they continue to encapsulate this rich history. Driven by the same story and style, Junior designed the website that showcases their great food, as well as designing the packaging for Firedog’s own craft beer. SOMETHING: Art Direction Brand Identity Interior Design Naming Packaging Website Design Website Development

Igniting the flames…

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Loose Cannon Brewery

Ongoing packaging design, wire framing, design and development of a full website including beer archiving system.

Loose Cannon Brewery:

-Sector(s): Food & Beverage

-Service(s): Packaging, Website Design, Website Development, Wire Framing

-Who’s the client: Craft brewery based in Oxfordshire, brews different craft beers

-The Brief & is there a specific audience:

-Any design choices/ research points:

Loose- Rouge/punk element. Navel- iconography/ pageantry of war. Abingdon- the heritage of the brand.

Beer Archive- how and why

-The outcome (e.g. any growth in sales/ continued partnership): Are they expanding their range?

-Any testimonies?

-Additional notes:

Ongoing packaging design, wire framing, design and development of a full website including beer archiving system.

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J2o Late

Responsive website development for Britvic's J2o late cocktail promotion and recipe guide.

J20 Late:

-Sector(s): Food & Beverage

-Service(s): Website Development

-Who’s the client:

-The Brief & is there a specific audience:

-Any design choices/ research points:

-Accessible through all electronic platforms

-The outcome (e.g. any growth in sales/ continued partnership):

-How did this promotion for a one-off campaign improve their business?

-Any testimonies?

-Additional notes:

Responsive website development for Britvic's J2o late cocktail promotion and recipe guide.

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Britvic – The Future of Dispense

Wire framing, design and front end development of the B2B Pepsi drinks dispense site.

BRITVIC:

-Sector(s): Food & Beverage

-Service(s): Web Design (front end development?), Wire Framing

-Who’s the client: “Britvic was founded in the mid-19th Century with the aim of making vitamins from fruits easily and cheaply accessible to the public and was originally called the British Vitamin Products Company”

-The Brief & is there a specific audience:

-Any design choices/ research points:

-The outcome (e.g. any growth in sales/ continued partnership):

-Any testimonies?

-Additional notes:

*Well established brand, wanting Junior's creative expertise

Wire framing, design and front end development of the B2B Pepsi drinks dispense site.

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