New branding and website for NoChintz

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by Stephen Chapman

Branding and interiors specialist, NoChintz, has invested £30k in a rebrand and new website, following a number of new client wins.

The new look is to reflect “the high calibre” of its latest commissions, with the logo being developed to incorporate a new colour palette.

NoChintz_webThe website has been designed by Corporation Pop. The Manchester-based digital agency worked under the guidance of former employee and now NoChintz director of branding, Jo Briggs.

“Our objective was to create a website which our design-critical clients would find easy to navigate, understand and gain inspiration from. It is fully responsive, working across all platforms and adapting itself accordingly on touch screen devices,” explained Briggs.

“The neutral grey backdrop provides a complimentary base for the colourful photos of our work to feature against. We chose teal as a striking accent colour with other tones to compliment it.”

The agency, which now has 15 members of staff, revealed that its turnover doubled to £1.55m in the last financial year.

“We’ve always been forward thinking and transparent in celebrating and sharing the work that we do so it was imperative that our new website showcased our work in real time. That’s why one of the main features on this new site is the homepage, which shows the different areas we work across and refreshes all our photography each time you land there,” added NoChintz creative director Natalie Gray.

“This is supported by the use of our social media feeds which push our latest activity on sites like Instagram and Twitter through to the new site. We use those channels across the business as an everyday tool to communicate our work on site so it was important to incorporate its functionality and provide an exploration aspect to the homepage.”