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Meet Fudge… Fudge is a classic 1976 campervan with a fresh but retro feel. Fudge also needed a logotype designing, a website building and some flyers and posters created to promote it’s availability for wedding or holiday hire.

We love working on these small projects where creativity is out right at the forefront of the requirements. The brief was to create an identity that summed up Fudge’s fresh but retro feel.

Starting with the logotype

As the model of the camper van was the more modern version that didn’t have the swooshing V on its bonnet, it was important to make sure the logotype design didn’t imply that it did. So the logo was designed with 1970s inspiration, and avoided any real references to the VW Campervan branding. Designed to work across desktop computers, tablets and smartphones the website was clean, easy to us, the website design was a straight forward brochure site, designed to showcase Fudge as a wedding car hire/prom night vehicle. With no actual jobs to it name, we arranged a photoshoot and a bride and groom to model for us.

Sadly, the owner of Fudge chose to sell her shortly after we launched due to other work commitments, but we still love the design of the logo, the whole brand identity and the website.


Japanese Knotweed Plus are a local business that specialise in the treatment of Japanese Knotweed, Giant Hogweed, and other invasive plants around Manchester and Lancashire as a whole.

And earlier this year, the business partners, Stephen and Igor contacted the team at Think to discuss the possibility of helping them and their business with a new website. After an initial meeting to discuss how we can help, we agreed to completely rebrand the business starting with a new logo. This was an important step for them. Having a logo that reflects the quality of the business lays the foundation for the businesses entire visual look and feel, or brand identity.

So, the first stage was to redesign their existing logo to make the business stand out in the market. With the second stage being the creation of a highly functional, responsive website, including providing Search Engine Optimisation (SEO).

A key piece of information provided by them was that they treat Japanese Knotweed with a precise application of poison, they do not remove it because this is currently against Environmental Agency guidelines.

The concept for the logo design was based on this value proposition that Japanese Knotweed Plus offer. The chosen design included a geometrically accurate leaf to reflect this approach to sit along with a custom abstract typeface which suggested the disappearance of the invasive weeds.

This was underpinned by using a gradient suggesting positive change, as the colours merge from a dark green to a light green.

Once the basic brand items, such as business cards and a van livery were completed, we rolled out the branding into the website. This reinforced the brand and will help to keep the online presence consistent with other collateral.

We continue to work with Japanese Knotweed Plus, currently focusing on improving the SEO of their website.

You can check out the website we created here.


A fab (no pun intended) project for Manchester based startup business FAB Solutions. Having originally created his own logo and website in GoDaddy, Managing Director Garry realised it didn’t reflect the quality of his offering and recognised the need of both a new logo and a website. So Garry got in touch with the team at Think Design to help out with how his new business represented itself.

Our Creative Director, Paul, originally met Garry through networking, and having listened to his elevator pitches and his 10 minute slot, he was really keen to help develop FAB Solution’s visual identity.

To begin, we started with the logo. This part of the project should ALWAYS come before a website design, as the logo should influence the design of the website and other collateral. We went back to Garry with multiple ideas, and he couldn’t decide between two of our designs; the first represents the idea of boosting sales, and the second focused on creating Garry into a superhero. This informed the brand development, as we took forward one logo but the idea of the other began to form the brand.

As the logo and character design evolved we created additional characters to reflect the sales and leadership training areas of the business. These were then rolled out onto  pop up banners, business cards, invoice design, and of course the website.