Last week we launched a new website for the wonderfully popular local company, Brymor Ice Cream.
When we were first approached by Brymor the whole team were very excited! Who doesn’t love Brymor ice cream and many of the team had happy memories of Malteser flavoured ice cream and ice cream sundaes!
Working with Brymor has been a real delight, they are genuinely incredibly passionate about the welfare of their 'udderly' gorgeous herd of Guernsey cows and of course the flavour and quality of the ice cream!
To start the project we were asked to create a new logo, the current logo had very distinguishable colours and it was important for us to keep these colours. We created a stamp like logo detailing exactly what the product was which was enhanced by a bespoke cow illustration created by someone at Brymor.
Once we had the logo we could work on the website design. The site needed to be clean and easy to navigate, fully responsive and colourful. The Meet the Herd page needed to have a different look and feel which would appeal to younger audiences which we did using big colourful splats of ice cream, cow prints, engaging fonts and again custom illustrations provided by Brymor.
The websites feel is really enhanced by the beautiful photography which we were supplied with, the images show how truly loved and happy the herd is along with mouth-watering ice cream images! Thankfully ice cream has been supplied to the Purple team here to keep motivation and creative juices flowing!
The Stockists page shows people where they can get the ice cream from and the Cow to Cone page details the process of producing ice cream. They have a news page called ‘The Scoop’ which will be kept up to date and will feature the prestigious ‘Cow of the Month’ award for the cow who produces the most milk. The site has also features embedded Youtube videos and the latest tweets from Jenny the Brymor Cow.
We have loved working with Brymor Ice Cream a truly wonderful business located here in the Yorkshire Dales since 1984. We have learnt lots (yes only female cows can produce milk) and we can’t wait to see how their business grows and develops in the future!
To view the website please go to Brymor Dairy