Falda Johnson was having a social media relaunch so got in touch to have some custom digital assets created.
Using existing content as inspiration, I created a moodboard which would also be a reference point for future content. I designed a range of patterns to be used as content templates for posts and stories - these are editable on Canva so Falda can easily add text. The Instagram makeover was completed with custom highlights covers to give the profile added personality.
If you'd like your own custom social media graphics you can get in touch here.
Noble Landscapes is a Dundee based garden landscaping business. They specialise in hard landscaping and garden design. The brief was to create a logo which looked both fresh and formal, giving them an established, creative appearance to stand out from competitors.
This was achieved by using a timeless heritage green and charcoal grey with a mix of strong classic typography and contemporary calligraphy. The illustrated elements are simple line drawings which are inspired by vintage etchings, and represent the surrounding Scottish landscapes.
Noble Landscapes also required an eye-catching design for their van which is one of their most valuable marketing assets. The logo was then used for embroidered uniform for the team.
The design work that Jilly has done for us has made a huge impact on our business. Countless new clients have told us it was our van design and website graphics that made us stand out from our competitors. It has really helped us connect with our ideal client base and I would highly recommend JillyJilly to any business needing to invest in a bespoke professional design package.
If you'd like to book a branding project for your business you can do so here.
#MyDundeeChristmas was a community social media challenge I worked on in 2019 in collaboration with Mafalda Media and the Dundee Etsy Team. The aim was for local indie businesses to boost their social media by following a series of daily prompts for the whole of November, with guest host days and prizes to be won.
The graphics were an important part in spreading the word as we wanted it to look really fun and festive but not too 'Christmassy' as we began promotion in October. We started with the prompt list which was also printed as square flyers. I then designed a printable planner for those taking part to plan out their posts, and a series of countdown and cover graphics for use across social media throughout the challenge.
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