Website design for full-service design studio, Headless Horse. The redesign of the Headless Horse website aimed to re-affirm the studio’s proposition: to create unique experiences. Our design studio worked to create an online visual using traditional themes from language found in coding and retro computer systems to create unconventional navigation and a structure evoking mystery and secrecy. We wanted both current and prospective clients to feel inspired to explore and delve deeper. The website opens with an original studio composition reflecting […]Continue reading
DIGITAL MEDIA: Website Design
EC-OG – Future-inspired renewable energy, powering oil and gas today.
With an outdated website that didn’t reflect the organisation’s massive strides in renewable energy, EC-OG came to us to create an effective online resource that appealed to a range of audiences. The award-winning, Scottish sustainable energy organisation creates cutting-edge subsea technology. Although they’re reinventing the offshore system by decarbonising subsea operations, reducing carbon footprint, and maximising offshore efficiency – it didn’t come across. At first, we designed a minimal but distinctive user interface, so users can easily navigate and understand […]Continue reading
Creative Edinburgh Website
Creative Edinburgh are the beating heart of our creative community here in Edinburgh. Whitespace wanted to reflect their creativity and their personality by taking the brand and amplifying it through the website. Creative Edinburgh are not shy, and neither is their website. Using bright colours, bold typography and flourishes of animation, this website is an engaging scroll.Continue reading
Talbot Rice Gallery
At the core of this project was the need to create a dynamic new website that reflected the distinctive new visual identity and the contemporary and creative nature of the Talbot Rice Gallery exhibitions programme, establishing and reinforcing the TRG’s position alongside its contemporaries within the sector. The new site is a central visualisation of that new identity – portraying a world leading national and international University art gallery. The goal of the website was to increase the impact of […]Continue reading