We have designed and developed hundreds of websites and are experts in User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) design. We have a thorough and robust web design lifecycle to ensure we can deliver the highest quality product which is tailored to each client.
We wanted to take a moment to share how Coronavirus (COVID-19) will effect Creative Chameleon in the coming weeks, and more importantly, what it means to the clients we support. Creative Chameleon is named so because we adapt to the needs and demands of our clients. Our adaptiveness is also true of our ability to […]
“Brand” is one of those words that means many different things to different people. The word came about when cattle ranchers used a branding iron to identify cattle as belonging to them. The branding resulted in others being able to locate an animal’s origin from a unique mark. This, is the same principle in […]
It was a great honour and a lot of fun to design and sponsor the Stanhope Barrington Family Recipes book. The 40-page recipe book includes a variety of recipes from the children’s families at Stanhope Barrington School, and it also contains illustrations hand-drawn by the children. All proceeds go to their school fund.
User Experience (UX) design is often used interchangeably with User Interface (UI) design, which is incorrect. UX is a human-first process focused on enhancing the usability, ease of use, and pleasure provided in the interaction between the user and the product, whereas User Interface (UI) design is focused on the cosmetics of the interface. A good way to visualise it is with the human anatomy, UX is the heart, the code is the skeleton and UI is the skin.
At Creative Chameleon we have extensive experience in providing conference and event support for organisations, from SMEs through to global enterprises, in the UK, Europe and US. Our support can start from the planning and strategy development, right through design, development and delivery of collateral.
The creation of a great logo doesn’t just mean developing a lovely looking design. There are many factors which need to be taken into consideration to ensure the logo not only looks great but also works successfully for the organisation.
Creative Chameleon is delighted to unveil a brand new website for ATCO, as part of the Newcastle-based firm’s commitment to continual business improvement and customer service quality.