Now accepting new work.
We offer website design and development ranging from a single page brochure website, to a full scale Content Management System, to integrated online booking systems and e-commerce websites.
A cost effective format for the distribution of books, newsletters, company reports, periodicals, magazines, newspapers etc.
E-Publishing is a rapidly growing area of online commerce.
Words matter. Our content manager will make sure your message is perfectly formed and appropriate to your target market.
We are highly experienced in Graphic Design, Typography and Information Design. We specialise in making information visible, comprehensible and compelling in print.
From online advertising to art shorts and documentary shorts. Our films have been shown internationally.
Finesse Control Systems Ltd asked us to completely re-design their current website. We are going to replace their current static site with a custom Wordpress template.
We are in the process of producing a new programme for the British grassland Society's 2014 meeting.
We teamed up with Datamatrix from Atlanta, USA to create a new e-commerce website for Jinsa Essentials. This is something we know a thing or two about; after all we wrote the book - literally.
Streamtec provide a range of services from consultancy to designing, supplying, installing, maintaining and repairing all audio visual and broadcast equipment. They needed a website they could administer in house....
Flash animation design and newsletters.
Short documentary film for 4Docs.
From a series of ten mixed media hand crafted book covers.
Custom built small scale Content Management System for Finesse Control Systems Ltd.
We recently designed the new Media Coverage Digest for The James Hutton Institute.
New content management system designed and developed for Streamtec.
A step by step guide on how to construct a website theme for the Opencart 1.5 e-commerce system.
Complete HTML5/CSS3 website re-design for Brumac Engineering Services Ltd.
Craig Nugent is an artist, designer, musician, teacher and writer living in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland, with his partner and son. He loves his family, typography, text, language and learning.
Before co-founding Yellowhammer Creative, Craig was a part-time teaching fellow in Fine Art, Philosophy and Contemporary Practice and an examiner at Dundee University, Scotland. During this period he was also a part-time lecturer in Graphic User Interface design, Multimedia Communications and Flash animation at a local college. He was also a contributor to the Virtual Learning Environment at the college.
Lorraine Wakefield is a writer and editor with over 15 years experience in print and online - with a dedication to clear language and attention to detail. Outside work her passions are yoga, the outdoors and her family.
If you would like to discuss your ideas for a project then please get in touch using the details provided. We will get back to you within five working days with a proposal: or, we can arrange a meet.
Need a hand with this, not sure if you are asking the right questions? We have put together a help sheet with some questions that will point you in the right direction.
All recruitment enquiries should be made in writing.
T: +44 01382 370 322
This website was designed by Yellowhammer Creative © 2011.
The text faces are: Droid sans, Droid serif, Forelle and League Gothic. Droid Sans and Droid Serif were designed by Steve Matteson, Type Director of Ascender Corp.
Forelle was designed by Dieter Steffmann.
League Gothic is a revival of Alternate Gothic No.1, designed by The League of Moveable Type.
All fonts except Droid Serif are courtesy of the excellent @font face kits from Font Squirrel.
Droid Serif is courtesy of the Google Font API.
The website was designed on a Toshiba laptop running Windows Vista - a couple of Macs were thrown in as well.
Software: Paper and pencil, Dreamweaver, Notepad, 960Gridder, Photoshop, Illustrator, Firebug, Web Developer, WAVE and Pagespeed.
Coding: HTML5, CSS3.
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