Made Not to Last

Website, logo and poster designs for local compostable takeaway packaging business.

Made Not to Last, having recognised a gap in the market, approached us with their plans to create a new business supplying compostable packaging to local independent businesses. Being right up our street, we were really excited to have been asked and have loved working on this project and continue to love working on it.

Keen to stand out of the crowd, managing director Callum Bayley wanted a bold, eye-catching logo with a strong graphic design feel. We then carried the design ethic of this logo through all of his marketing materials giving him a strong and memorable brand.

Eager to move his business more online, we were then tasked to create an ecommerce website that Callum can manage himself where Made Not to Last can reach a wider audience and sell their products online.

The site had to be bold, eye-catching and distinctive whilst also being accessible, functional and fast. The result is a cool, contemporary website that respresents everything Made Not to Last is about.

www.madenottolast.co.uk

What the client said.

“My time is limited so I put my trust in Creative Field to not only develop a logo but basically brand my whole business.

You always keep me updated with what’s going on, the prices are good and I have had compliments to no end about the logo you created for me.”

Callum Bayley – Managing Director – Made Not to Last

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