How did we build our family cycling website?
Here at Cycle Sprog, the family cycling website and blog, we often get complementary comments about our website, logo and business cards. Now's the chance to meet the people behind the creative and technical aspects of Cycle Sprog.
The Cycle Sprog brand evolved over a number of months during the early months of 2012, and we were lucky to work with a group of very talented people. They were able to bring our hopes and aspirations for a family cycling website and blog into the brand and site you see today.
The credits for Cycle Sprog - the family cycling website and blog:
We'd like to thank the following people who came on the Cycle Sprog journey with us.
Diane and Hazel from the award winning creative agency de Winters took our very early thoughts about what Cycle Sprog would be about, and created our "wheelie good" logo.
friends and family
de Winters provided us with a number of logo options, and we canvassed opinion amongst friends and family, who voted overwhelmingly for the logo you see today.
Next step was to find someone to build our family cycling website, and Kirsty came highly recommended. Once we'd seen the work she'd done for other clients, we knew she'd understand the type of site we were looking for. She drew up the wireframes for how the site would be structured, and then when the design was completed, she built and tested the site for us. Her final role was patiently teaching us how to use word press and keep the site maintained ourselves.
Nicola Brown from In the Shed graphic design agency often works closely with Kirsty. It was her creative talent that took the Cycle Sprog logo and Kirsty's technical spec and developed the look and feel the site has today. Nicola also designed the business cards that help us stand out from the crowd.
If you'd like any further information about how the site evolved, please get in touch using the contact form at the bottom of this page.
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