Artlines Media Blog

Branding, Website and Print design for HLC


We have been working really hard on this project for the last 3 months. We had to deliver a complete re-brand, as part of the process we had to interview over 20 stakeholders and many members of staff.

From this feedback we started work on the branding process and delivery of: brand guides, template documents, signage, clothing, website and the launch event.

View the case study

BELP redesign launches


The project delivered a complete overhaul of their website with a new design/structure, CMS and google analytics.

We seamlessly integrated Arena (our bespoke content management system) into the website which is used to manage assets, page content, navigation, news and events.

Invest in Bucks launched


We are proud to annouce the launch of the Invest in Bucks website, developed for the Bucks Economic & Learning Partnership (BELP).

BELP is a lobbying organisation and "think-tank", bringing together the private sector, public authorities and the community to ensure Buckinghamshire remains a thriving and prosperous place in which to live and work.

Listening to BELP's requirements, we developed concepts to deliver a unique website to promote the Buckinghamshire  area as a great place to work and invest.

With clear and concise sections, users can find and navigate to the areas they need to within just a few clicks, the website will be a key communication tool for BELP.

Boycott website completed


Artlines Media has successfully completed another project for one of its newest clients, Boycott Farm.

Boycott farm shop is situated in the middle of beautiful North Buckinghamshire countryside, close to the National Trust Estate at Stowe.

The new website now clearly illustrates Boycott's wide range of products to enable the local community to get a real taste of the farm and its produce. We seamlessly integrated Arena into the website which is used to manage assets, page content, navigation, news and events.

Visit the Boycott Farm website

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