What we did

When the East Sussex-based development company was first set up – backed by the area’s three main local authorities as well as the business community – we advised on company name options. Having settled on the name Sea Change Sussex, we developed its visual identity, seeking to reflect its business purpose with a ‘wheels of industry’ motif and its coastal geographical focus in its colours.

Here are some of the early design options we developed.

We refined these and developed the logo and colour scheme the company has today:

 

As Sea Change developed its portfolio of commercial property schemes, we created visual identities for those too – including the Sovereign Harbour Innovation Park (designed to reflect its prestigious marina location) and the Bexhill Enterprise Park (representing its rural setting).


 

We then went on to plan, copywrite and design high-quality web sites and brochures for these schemes, and for the Priory Quarter business district Sea Change is developing in Hastings town centre.

Web sites:

          

Brochures:

          

We’ve also developed a wide range of other collateral including:

  • press adverts
  • exhibition stand graphics
  • construction site hoardings
  • promotional signage for the windows of offices to let (as shown at the top of this page), and
  • large-scale roadside hoardings like this, standing 8m wide x 6m tall in Eastbourne: