Print, packaging, marketing and web design

  • Product packaging
  • Design and signage for Diss
  • Marketing for businesses in Long Stratton
  • Website design Harleston

Splice Creative’s work with The Tudor Bakehouse is a great example of how we can develop the existing style of a business and make it more versatile across different platforms.

We were approached to develop a new website using the company’s existing logo which has served them well over the years. Using our experience of accentuating colour and style, we were able to design a whole new image while maintaining what was already a very recognisable brand.

Our photographer Sylvaine Poitau took some captivating images of a range of baked goods as well as members of the team at work. This was incorporated into image sliders to demonstrate their services but also to point to other parts of their business, such as sandwich delivery, coffee shops and outside catering.

Extra flourishes were added to put a more human touch to the website, with short biographies of some of the bakers and even the odd recipe for some of their more popular products.

Splice Creative has also developed designs for bags and packaging used by The Tudor Bakehouse as well as banners for outdoor events.


Project Details

Diss | Eye | Harleston | Long Stratton

What we do:
Branding | Rebranding | Style Guides
Creative | Graphic Design | Copywriting | Photography
| Exhibitions | Promotional Materials
| PR | Print | Advertising | Signage | Promotional Activity
Web Design
Bespoke Website Design | Content Creation | Analytics | SEO

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"We love working with Splice Creative. They are very versatile and have helped us in many ways from building a great website and refreshing it three years later, to print and packaging for some of our products; even organising photography and arranging award entries. A great all round marketing team."

Paul Muncila, Owner, The Tudor Bakehouse