Spineapse is a blog about how we spend our time – it’s about the good stuff that interesting people immerse themselves in.
We were initially tasked to create a brand identity for Spineapse. The resulting responsive logo is based on electric synapses in the brain. An animated version of the logo was then created, to be used in Spineapse videos. We provided a brand guidelines document to detail the correct usage of the logo and fonts.
We then built the Spineapse website to showcase books, films, documentaries, audio and podcasts in a blog format, setting up categories for each post type.
I think like many people, I ventured into the world of websites not really knowing where to start, and it became clear pretty quickly that I needed some expert help – especially since the site I wanted needed very specific requirements. So meeting Gareth and the team at Studio Seventeen was a real break through for me. They understood the difficulties I’d experienced up to that point and presented me with a number of ideas that fit my brief extremely well. They worked hard to deliver my site on time and on budget. They walked me through things like colour palette, graphics, fonts and loading speeds etc – some of which I’d not even thought about up to that point, but things that ultimately made a huge difference to the look and operation of my site. Gareth and the team continue to deliver support and advice at every turn. I really couldn’t be happier with the service and the results I’ve received.
– John Ross, Spineapse