Work Stephens House & Gardens website

Creating an online home of 'Inky' Stephens to reach a wider audience

A new responsive website design and build allowed the client to promote the various ways in which visitors can engage with the house, through visiting, hiring, learning and supporting. The strong 'inky' brand language is carried through in illustrations and a bright colour palette.

Responsive website

A fully responsive website designed to create the best experience on all platforms. Mobile users are also engaged with quick links to find out more about visiting, the history of the house and how to hire the venue.

Commissioned illustrations

In order to support the website a set of pen and ink illustrations were created to represent the different areas of activity. 

Colour coded sections

Supporting the brand is a set of muted colours which lead each section making it distinct and clear to navigate. 

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Stephens House & Gardens promotions

Creating the marketing materials with a distinct 'Inky' language.

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Stephens House & Gardens WWI exhibition

Celebrating the World War I centenary with an exhibition showcasing the House's use as VAD hospital and the Stephens' family war history. 

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Stephens House & Gardens fundraising

Simple railing signage which calls to attention the need to support the gardens financially. 


Stephens House & Gardens branding

Renaming and rebranding this Grade II house to celebrate its history – the home of 'Inky' Stephens.

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Stephens House & Gardens signage

Supporting Stephens House & Gardens in completing a HLF grant to reinstate the gardens and make them more accessible with new directional signage and interpretation signs around the grounds. 


Stephens House Gardens What’s On leaflets

A programme of events at Stephens House & Gardens is now so well established that it required an events leaflet. Each leaflet is developing as the programme grows so we are now up to 10pp DL size. The front cover always aims to show the gardens in a fresh way and reflect the season. 

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