Welcome to the online portfolio of Kate Stuart Design, a London based graphic designer with 25 years experience in advertising, design, and online communication. We specialise in web site design and development, corporate and brand identity, packaging and print. We take pride in producing well thought out, creative and cost effective design solutions for your business.

 

Whats been happening recently...

New projects I have been working on.

Mila Fragrance A new online shop for Mila Fragrance!

November 2012: I recently finshed the web design and management of the web build for Mila Fragrance's online shop.

www.milafragrance.com

Business Cards Thrilled with my new business cards!

October 2012: Just had my new business cards printed by VIPrint who specialize in thermography, foil blocking and embossing. I chose various colours from the Keaykolour range and had my details printed in mat white foil.

Love them and can't wait to start passing them around.

crosthwaite Residential width= Crosthwaite Residential

August 2012: A great new client for Kate Stuart Design. I have deigned and produced Richard's site as well as his corporate identity and a full set of stationery.

"When it comes to a truly personal, professional and independent property acquisition service, Richard Crosthwaite is the expert Prime London residential property finder, bringing you over 25 years’ encyclopedic knowledge of the London market – and over £200 million of successful and discreet transactions."

Have a look at his new site: www.crosthwaiteresidential.com

Garter Day 2012 Garter Day 2012

June 2012: This year I felt quite privileged to design and produce the programme for Garter Day 2012, in the year of the Queen's Jubilee. The team at The College of St George, Windsor Castle were great and I am proud of the end result.

Thanks to Aston Colour Press for a great print job and for delivering on time - which was of utmost importance for this job.

www.idontwanttogothere.co.uk www.idontwanttogothere.co.uk

December 2011: Oh why don't all clients throw a party to launch their website... It's so civilised! Earlier this month I was lucky enough to attend the launch of www.idontwanttogothere.co.uk. A website created by two friends who make excursions to unappealing places - and then report on it in great detail on their site - which you should have a look at - it's strangely addictive...

I got to create their logo as well as help on their website (although this was produced by their friend Ron). I really enjoyed working with Sally and Cathy on ths project and wish them well on their many adventures!

Have a look at their new site: www.idontwanttogothere.co.uk

Bailey Balfour Consulting Bailey Balfour Consulting

September 2011: This month I have had the pleasure to rebrand Bailey Balfour Consulting. Jean Balfour has been helping me with some career coaching which I have found hugely valuable. I really enjoyed working on this job and we managed to get Jean's Corporate Identity completed and website online against quite a tight deadline.

I particularly enjoyed this project and feel the logo works well for Jean and Bailey Balfour Consulting.

Have a look at her new site: www.baileybalfour.com

Michaela Rinaldi Michaela Rinaldi

August 2011: This week I have been helping a friend out with her website. She is a great artist based in Cape Town, South Africa. Her style is contemporary abstract.

Have a look at her new site: www.michaelarinaldi.com

St georges Banner St George's Chapel

June 2011: I was approached by St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, to produce a free standing banner and some signage relating to the installation of a new grotesque, and to draw attention to the 'Vertue's Angels' sculpture fund.

"'Vertue's Angels' sculpture fund has been established by the Dean and Canons of Windsor to protect and preserve the significant sculpture that is an integral part of St George's Chapel. Named in honour of William Vertue, the master mason responsible for much of the construction of the chapel in the 15th century, the appeal aims to raise funds to conserve and renew this unique gallery of sculpture at the same time as inspiring and nurturing the next generation of sculptors."