Introducing Miss Smith.

July 11, 2008

Here a job that I’ve been working on with a great company called Nevis Design. I’ve been working with them on a number of projects, this is the first of them to ‘go live’. It’s for a company called Miss Smith Public Relations, and it was great fun to work on.
I was asked to provide the copy for the project, including tone of voice and personality. The guys at Nevis are great – they trust you. They use people they believe in and give you the freedom you need to create a great job and produce really interesting results.
Quite aside from the fact that I really like the finished copy, the branding looks superb.
Here’s a close up of the branding that Nevis created.

Here’s are a couple of shots of the business cards, on which you can read a couple of the chosen lines. The client picked 4 different lines to go onto the business cards, so as to be able to project their tone of voice even on the simplest of mediums – the humble business card.

And here’s a stylish shot of the letterhead that they created. Again it has a short line of copy of it, designed to reinforce the brand.

Nevis also designed the website for Rebecca at Miss Smith, which you can visit here. Here’s a picture of the landing page, just so you can see how the idea goes across all communications.

So if you need someone to fight your corner, or to give you a louder voice than you might otherwise have, you could do a lot worse than giving Rebecca at Miss Smith a call.
And if you have any design requirements, give Graham or David at Nevis a shout. You’ll not be disappointed.


One Response to “Introducing Miss Smith.”

  1. I discovered your homepage by coincidence.
    Very interesting posts and well written.
    I will put your site on my blogroll.

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