Welcome to See Think Do – a creative digital design studio established in 2010 by Jason Hunt.
I work with startups, businesses, local authorities, charities and agencies, solving problems and telling engaging stories with targeted
digital, brand and print design. With over 15 years industry experience and a multidisciplinary skill-set, I bring a wide range of creative, conceptual and analytical skills to every project.
To get a feel for what I do, here are a few of my latest projects…
Senior financial services expert Roderic Rennison came to me through a direct referral with a need to update his brand, website and other collateral.
I created a fresh, established but personal brand identity system and a fully responsive website optimised for mobile, tablet and desktop. The website runs on WordPress and uses custom web fonts, parallax scrolling and mobile-friendly persistent navigation. I also created a spot-UV business card and a range of other print and digital collateral.
Skills: Responsive Web Design, Brand Identity Design, Sketch, InVision
Appointed via a direct referral, I was asked to design the launch site for new global MTV headline partner audio brand Évos. Launched at the 2016 EMAs, their range of high-end Hi-Res Audio headphones breaks new ground and needed a slick online solution.
Designed in Sketch, prototyped in InVision and built in Magento to handle international eCommerce, the site is fully responsive. I also art-directed the 3D product images used throughout.
Skills: Responsive Web Design, Brand Architecture, Sketch, InVision
I was honoured to design the website for this year’s 2oth anniversary of the annual Fashion Targets Breast Cancer campaign for Breast Caner Now.
Working closely with the campaign, brand and PR teams, I created responsive template designs using Sketch and interactive prototypes with InVision. Development and implementation by the wonderful Joomkit using Craft CMS.
Skills: Responsive Web Design, Brand Architecture, Sketch, InVision
I was asked to design the new identity for a local NFP grass-roots project the “Sherwood Men’s Shed” This brings together local men from all walks of life (old, young, employed, retired, underprivileged, troubled) with a positive mix of bonding, mentoring and the simple transfer of practical skills, pulling together to change outlooks and lives for the better.
The resultant identity brings together the symbolism of togetherness and positivity within the simple form of the building itself. Applications so far include signage, embroidered shirts, workwear and stationery.
I won the pitch to redesign CarePlace, the West London Authority’s large public-access directory of care and support services. This works across 13 London Boroughs, with over 10,000 services listed and allows residents to find and compare local services and manage their individual budgets directly.
Built using industry specific CMS MarketPlace from OCC, this is a universally accessible and responsive design solution designed around a core brand identity and visual language. I was responsible for UX consultancy, user focus groups, prototyping and responsive UI design.
Skills: Wireframes, UX Consultancy, Responsive Web Design
An existing client for many years, I have just redesigned and relaunched his website.
After a complete brand overhaul I redesigned a new fully responsive website. Built on WordPress, the new site adds a blog and is optimised for display at small sizes, with device-detection, content hiding, custom typography and a touch-friendly layout.
Skills: Responsive WordPress Web Design, Brand Identity Design, Print
Agile and business analysis specialists Metadata Training came to me through a direct referral with a need to update their brand image and collateral.
I created a new brand identity system and a fully responsive website optimised for mobile, tablet and desktop. The website runs on WordPress and has full online course booking and management.
Skills: Responsive WordPress Web Design, Brand Identity Design, Print
South East Commissioning Support Unit (SECSU) were commissioned by NHS England to run a ‘Patients in Control’ Programme across the South of England, and they brought me in to brand it. An iterative process concluded with the ‘Whose Health is it Anyway’ name, which I then created the brand identity for. The identity has to work alongside both NHS and SECSU brand, while forging a distinct look, feel and tone of voice of its own.
I have since designed all print material for the programme including leaflets, posters and fact sheets.
Skills: Brand Identity, Graphic Design
Kent & Medway Commissioning Support Unit (KMCS) recently asked me to design and produce their internal staff training brochure. The design had to be sympathetic to the NHS brand guidelines while being distinctive and modern to work with the new KMCS brand.
The final 5 section, 48pp document was conceived as both a digital and printed piece for both internal and external distribution.
Skills: Graphic Design, Illustration
User Interface design for a new experiential marketing SaaS Core Reports. The product uniquely allows you to collect, review and publish feedback from event managers and collates campaign data for client review and analysis.
Working closely with UX and development specialist Arkitex, I worked from wireframes through to the finished product, and also designed the brand identity, stationery and all offline marketing materials and just designed the accompanying responsive website with parallax scrolling and persistent navigation.
Skills: Brand Identity, UI design, print design
Another project for the lovely folks at Joomkit – my front-end responsive designs, implemented within their Concrete5 CMS, update the look & feel for the Welfare Association which works to support humanitarian development projects for Palestinians. Custom web-fonts are used throughout.
Skills: Responsive Concrete5 Web Design
I was recently commissioned by specialist agency Raffertys to design a fresh identity system for Queen Victoria Hospital NHS Foundation Trust to help celebrate its 150th anniversary. The new QVH identity is bold, flexible and works within strict NHS brand guidelines. It is now being rolled out across all online and offline touch-points including website, signage and printed collateral.
Skills: Identity system design & application
Long-term partner Joomkit asked me to create the front-end design on a project for their client, Carers UK. The Joomla/K2 responsive template design brings a vibrant fresh look to the Carers Week 2013 site, aimed at helping supporting the vital work of carers across the UK. Templates were modular to allow for seasonal updates throughout the campaign cycle, and custom web-fonts used throughout.
Skills: Responsive Joomla Web Design
After working with Oxford Computer Consultants on another project, they approached me to help with the design for a new web application they had developed; See For Yourself.
This web application is designed to help people calculate any likely personal contribution to their Local Authority care provision. Working closely with the developers using an agile work-flow, we agreed on the use of ‘style tiles’. This approach allowed for the rapid design iteration of page elements, textures and patterns to form a pattern library prior to final designs being signed-off.
Skills: UI Design, Wireframes, Style Tiles
Application currently in beta
The Benevolent is a unique charity, working in partnership with the drinks industry to combat poverty, homelessness, disability and serious illness since 1886. They approached me to redesign their core brand.
Retaining an essence of the heritage and symbolism that have informed their identity for the last 120 years was important, but this needed to be brought up-to-date and made relevant to all stakeholders in 2013. I have since gone on to design full brand guidelines, partnership branding, and various offline materials including membership leaflets, certificates, banners, stationery and other marketing collateral.
Skills: Branding, Design, Print
Speakers Trust is the UK’s leading speaking training charity, and have now trained over 230,000 people!
Their website was tired and inflexible, and their print collateral lacked style and consistency. I was brought in to update the brand look & feel and importantly, their new flagship website. The website, a highly tuned WordPress installation, has online course booking, social media sharing and a large and active news feed and was designed and built as platform-neutral from the ground-up.
I have since redesigned all their offline material including core stationery, flexible course marketing pack with bespoke die-cut folder, various information leaflets and annual report.
Skills: Information Architecture, Responsive WordPress Web Design, Graphic Design, Print
I have worked with East Sussex County Council for many years, designing their entire staff intranet, and several iterations of their main website.
This latest project is an innovative and large scale online directory that allows residents to find and compare local services and manage their individual budgets directly. Built using industry leading software (OCC MarketPlace), this is a highly accessible design solution built using the latest CSS techniques, and custom web fonts was designed around a core brand identity and visual language which I also created.
Skills: Branding, Information Architecture, wireframes, design, print
I have worked with this large London-based housing association on a number of projects, both online and offline. These include ongoing website design updates, email templates, posters, flyers, leaflets and other collateral.
Skills: Branding, Graphic Design, Print, Email Design
Brighton-based Martlets Hospice needed some fresh design to help remind the public and their stakeholders just what a special place it is. I designed the 2010-2011 annual review and also devised a smaller, double parallel folded ‘review of the year’ for wider distribution. Both have been well received, and are helping keep Martlets top of mind in an increasingly challenging charity sector.
Skills: Graphic Design, Print
For more information or to help, please visit: www.themartlets.org.uk
The Book Exchange is a new service aiming to revolutionise the UK pre-loved book market. I designed the entire brand identity system including stationery, leaflets, bookmarks, bags and importantly the new online bookstore. This VPS-hosted e-commerce site, powered by Magento, has online book exchange, a blog and employs custom web fonts to maintain the brand look & feel.
Skills: Branding, Information Architecture, Magento Web Design, Print, Advertising, POS
Brand identity, stationery, print collateral, photography and full eCommerce website design and build using Magento (with direct stock control and accounts integration) for Maths No Problem! – the UK and European distributor and reseller of maths, science and English books based on the Singapore Method of teaching.
Skills: Branding, Graphic Design, Print, Magento Web Design
website currently in development
I am truly, madly, deeply thrilled with the new website. Thank you!
CEO, Speakers Trust
Thanks, not just for the fantastic branding, but also for helping me navigate new territory in other fields – and for being so patient!
Way Into Atlanta
When we started, all we had was a name. Jason branded our product, created a fantastic logo and designed our new website. This now brings in the majority of our work, and lots of compliments!
Jason did much more than just design and produce a wonderful new brand identity and website for my company; he challenged me to think about what prospective clients would want to know about me and my services and also how to present this to best effect. The results have been all the better for his debate and support along the journey.
Jason is great at taking a brief and turning it into something really creative. He understands our audience perfectly, and always produces top quality design.
Head of Communications, Origin Housing
Jason has done a fantastic job for The Book Exchange. A fantastic project manager, he understood exactly what we wanted and has designed and delivered a beautiful and user-friendly website. We’ll be back!
Founder, The Book Exchange
It was a real pleasure to work with Jason on the Martlets Hospice Annual Review. He quickly understood what was needed and developed the ideas to such an extent that the review that has been described as ‘superb’.
Jason is a great designer to work with. I wouldn’t hesitate to use him again – in fact, I am already planning to use him again!
Jason designed Celebritext’s new visual brand identity and took our website to a whole new level. He took the time to truly understand our needs and his stream of ideas was always highly relevant. He turned a daunting task into an enjoyable experience. The feedback from clients has been tremendous.
Jason is a top-notch graphic designer. He has done some fantastic work for us – from concept to design, consistently producing excellent results. I would highly recommend him to anyone.
Maths No Problem!
Jason always provides great design work, on time. He’s helpful and supportive as well as patient; invaluable qualities when working with a challenging brief.
Digital Projects Manager, The Pensions Regulator
It is always a pleasure to work with Jason. He’s consistently creative, versatile and responsive, and always cracks the technical requirements of every project he works on.
Oxford Computer Consultants
I’m really pleased with all the design work you have done for us, and your approach generally – which is just what I was looking for.
Managing Director, AccuWeb
We needed a set of designs that made the site easy for all users to navigate through. The designs that Jason provided have not changed after 2-years and the system’s ease of use is always the first thing that draws client commendations. Jason is the designer I will always contact first to discuss any project.
Thanks to Jason, I now have a brand identity and responsive website that I’m proud of. He was extremely helpful throughout the entire process, and always a great source of creative suggestions.
Psychotherapist and Life Coach
I always look at things a little differently. Every picture tells a story, and every brand should too.
Chapter 1 – brand identity
Chapter 2 – website
Chapter 3 – you get the idea…
Are you looking for a new angle?
Let’s see what we can do.
Successful brands have to engage.
A website has to look good and work well, and that all takes a lot of thinking.
Do you want to get noticed?
Are you trying to change opinion?
Just need to sell more product?
Whatever you need to think about,
lets think about it, together.
Responsive web design & UI design
Brand identity & application
Graphic design for print
To discuss a new design brief,
call 01892 710761 or email me now
And if you just want a friendly chat,
come on over – I’ll put the kettle on…