Ten Sixty One by Atlanta isn't just another cider, this is the product of a hard working orchardist, with a vision to make her community a better place. We were so stoked to work with them.
It was an absolute pleasure to work with the Meat Heath team down in Blairgowrie. Heath and Clea are both legends and are passionate about top-quality produce. They approached OneToo to get a website up and running and get some photography done for the store too.
Meat Heath also wanted to grow their online social presence, with that in mind, we developed a number of recipes that highlighted some of their specialty and popular products. This serves to help position Meat Heath as more than just a butcher, but too a curator of peninsula lifestyle. We keep the photography and food styling very clean and simple, letting the produce do the talking.
With this Meat Heath are also able to develop a series of recipe pieces that can be tailored to specific holidays and events where firing up the BBQ is a brilliant idea.
When you start a business, one of the first things you do is go and get yourself a website. Occasionally, you can manage without one for a while but eventually, you think having a website is probably going to be better than not having one. You'd be right there. So what happens when you're up and running, but you want to develop you website again? Our attention spans keep getting squished, so you not only need a working website but one that gets people to look amongst the sea on noise.
It was such a pleasure to work with the team at Merchant & Maker developing their website. Not only are they a great hospitality team, they're serving some of the best food and coffee on the Mornington Peninsula. Having just won the 'Best Bites' award as the Best Cafe on the Mornington Peninsula, we really wanted to emphasis that, and encourage people to see what all the fuss is about.