Craft ecommerce website

Woodtypist craft ecommerce website by OlleyDesign
Woodtypist is an ecommerce website offering bespoke wood type prints. It is a typical example of a small, economical ecommerce site conceived, designed, built and maintained by OlleyDesign. In this case, OlleyDesign designs, creates and photographs the wood type too.

Church architecture & embroidery photography

Church architecture & embroidery photography taken by us of the new altar frontal designed and made by Diana Springall for St Mary Kippington, Sevenoaks, Kent, England. Diana’s design is silk machine and hand appliqué embroidery.  The finished images were used for greetings cards and as reference for the artist.

Diana Springall is one of the country’s foremost embroiderers and lectures internationally. She has designed and made countless works, many are displayed in important buildings including places of worship, universities and corporations. She has been very widely published and has written a number of books on embroidery and making.

Photography © Simon Olley


Traditional Sevenoaks builder

king-page-800Simon King Construction’s website works as a online prospectus for its high quality construction services. As a traditional Sevenoaks builder Simon King Construction wanted to show potential clients just how experienced they are. This was achieved primarily by use of architectural photography of Simon King’s past projects. The website includes hints and tips for people contemplating a home extension plus helpful building techniques that will be added to over time. Visit site.

Classic 1970’s typography & graphic design

Here is a great example of classic 1970’s typography and graphic design. It was designed by my first boss, Barrie Banks, who sadly died recently (aged 85). It shows his home address in Kent, but the studio was at 25 Beak Street, London W1 (Beak Street runs along the bottom of Carnaby Steet) and was right in the thick of the London advertising scene. I was only there for one year, but I enjoyed my first job enormously and learned a lot from Barrie and his ‘boys’ – Adrian, Marco, and Matt.

Work started to come through from an earlier employee, Paul Clarke, as he moved to Conran. I met him there and started an exciting time of assisting with many new clients. This led to spells working at Carlton Studios and Benchmark, with eventually Redbird being started where I worked for a number of years. But, it all started thanks to Barrie Banks, for all of us.

B. G. Banks business card


Online bike store

Online bike store by
Sprockets online bike store is an e-commerce site marketing thousands of products. Its platform allows complete integration with all payment methods and social media. The content-managed system is an absolute joy to use. For any business considering design or re-design of an online store, talk with OlleyDesign to find the best, most efficient way forward.