• Web Design
  • WordPress
  • Photography
  • Logos and Branding

Web design and build as well as branding for Ruskin Park House, a 1950’s built residential estate of 241 owner occupied properties in South East London.

The website contains key information for residents and interested parties with a separate password protected Residents Blog. The blog provides gated content of news and information for current residents. The website is built using WordPress to enable the residents committee to easily edit or add content using a custom theme I built. I also contribiuted some photography alongside images submitted by residents.

The inspiration for the logo came from the building itself, featuring a silhouette of one of the Estate’s exterior curved stacked facades. The logo also uses the iconic Gill Sans typeface which is used on some of the original estate signage.

Ruskin Park House logo
The Ruskin Park House logo features a silhouette of one of the Estate’s exterior curved stack facades.