Responsive Web Design

Responsive Web Design in Pembrokeshire

Responsive Web Design uses a mixture of flexible grids and layouts and will optimise all of your website’s content. It responds to the user's behaviour and interaction based on screen size, operating platform, and device orientation.

Maybe you need help making your site tablet and mobile-friendly? At Monddi we can refresh your current website or create a new design-led responsive website to boost your business.

The Key Benefits

Mobile traffic makes up a huge chunk of the market, and is growing at an ever-increasing rate. Responsive web design has never been more important to a business. We take a look at what the key benefits are, and why we always implement them on every project we take on here at Monddi...

Consistently Great Looking Websites

A responsive web design makes your website look good on all devices - desktops, laptops, tablets and mobile phones

Easy Website Management

You'll only have one website to update, with all changes to your content being made visible immediately to all of your visitors

Increased Search Visibility

Google recognises mobile-friendly websites and rewards them with better rankings! A responsive site will appear higher up in a search on a mobile device, which should in turn lead to increased traffic

Engaging User Experiences

Deliver specific, relevant, and engaging content to your audience. If you’ve ever looked at a website on your mobile phone which isn’t responsive, you know how frustrating the experience can be
 
We'd love to work with you on your next web design project. Simply click here to send us a message with your requirements and we'll get back to you shortly.

Wedding Stationery

Wedding Stationery Pembrokeshire

Monddi will design and print all your bespoke wedding stationery - on time, and on budget.

Here is a selection of what we can offer:

  • Save the Date
  • Invitations
  • Wedding Information Cards
  • Order of Service
  • Table Plan
  • Personalised Name Cards
  • RSVP Cards
  • Thank You Cards

For some inspiration, why not take a look at our wedding stationery brochure? Download it now!

Look no further for your wedding stationery in pembrokeshire - please get in touch with us via our enquiry form by clicking here and simply let us know your requirements.

The Masterclass Colour Palette, White

White is not really a colour but a neutral or a colour without hue, an achromatic colour. It is an inherently positive colour associated with light, purity and innocence as well as safety and cleanliness. To the human eye white is bright and brilliant and it’s the most commonly used colour in interior design. White can be teamed with strong, bold colour ranges for a clean contrast as we’ve done with our own branding at Monddi, paring white with orange, grey and turquoise blue.

Choosing the right white is however important, the most popular and ‘easiest’ white is a warmer shade with a hint of grey or beige. Throughout the Monddi website you’ll see many examples which demonstrate our expertise when it comes to the use of colour and great design. We’ll help you to carefully choose colours that will launch or reinvigorate your brand.

Click here to view our Portfolio

Click here to read the PANTONE feature - 'The Quiet Language of White'

A centuries old tradition continues this Valentines Day

The carving of love spoons or ‘llwyau caru’ is a Welsh tradition that goes back many centuries. Originally made by young men through the long winter months the wooden spoons were carved from one piece of wood and intended to express the young man’s intentions towards a particular young lady. The tradition of giving love spoons is enjoying something of a revival, although we recommend leaving the hard work to Monddi client Ceri Thomas of ‘Inwood’. Ceri continues the tradition of carving love spoons in his workshop near Tenby and is particularly busy in the run up to Valentine’s Day.

Ceri and his wife have also recently finished working with Monddi on their latest children’s book The Best Colour. It’s been given the Welsh Books Council stamp of approval and is now on sale in bookshops throughout the country.

A Beginner’s Guide to PANTONE

Pantone was the first, and is now THE industry standard colour matching system. It’s a worldwide language when it comes to colour. The system gives every shade and tone of colour its own unique alphanumeric reference.

The most commonly referenced colours are in the Pantone Solids palette. The Pantone Solids palette consists of 1,341 colours, identified by three or four digit numbers, followed by a C or U suffix.

Originally designed for the graphics industry, it was known as the Pantone Matching System, or the 'PMS' system. Its goal was to allow designers to 'colour match' specific colours when a design entered production.

By standardising the colours, different printers and manufacturers in different locations can all reference a Pantone numbered colour, making sure colours match without direct contact with one another, regardless of the equipment used to produce the colour.

In January 2003, the Scottish Parliament debated a petition to refer to the blue in the Scottish flag as ‘Pantone 300’. Countries including Canada and South Korea and organisations such as the FIA (the governing body of motorsport) have also chosen to refer to specific Pantone colours that should be used when producing their flags. Pantone has also been used in an art project by Brazilian photographer Angelica Dass in which she applies Pantone to the human skin colour spectrum.

Various formats are available for viewing Pantone colour swatches including fan guides and books. When defining brands, new and established, at Monddi we refer to these colour books to make specific colours and provide consistency across the range of business materials you require.

For more about the Pantone system of colours and future trends check-out their website.

Our PANTONE Inspired Leaflet

The diversity of Monddi’s design led services are reflected by the variety of inspirational clients we have in Pembrokeshire and throughout Wales. Our most recent hand-out brochure reflects this diversity. Inspired by the PANTONE colour books we use every day in our studios, we’ve collated our client list into a colour chart.

PANTONE App

We can offer valuable advice from our colour experience but in the meantime you could check out the all new Pantone Studio App - a useful and fun way to capture your world in Pantone colour.

Common Colours and their Meanings

Each year the autumn landscape takes on shades of molten-lava and whilst this change marks the end of summer, in many ways these rich tones make the world come to life. It’s certainly a time of year when we take notice of the colours around us and we’d like to encourage you to think about the importance of colour to your brand and your business. Colour stimulates our emotions and motivates our decisions and it does so on both a conscious and sub-conscious level. At Monddi, when building a brand, the first thing we consider is colour because we understand colour is enormously important to the ‘call to action’. This is true whether we’re talking about encouraging someone to purchase a product, to sign up for a service or to modify their perception of a product or brand. Colour is key and we understand its importance across a range of mixed print and digital media. 

Pantone is the world authority on colour (learn more on Pantone in our ‘beginner’s guide’.) Each year, following lengthy discussions with industry experts it selects its ‘Colour of the Year’. From fashion designers to florists the Pantone ‘Colour of the Year’ has a big influence on designs.

For the first time this year, two colours were chosen Rose Quartz and Serenity. Pantone describe Rose Quartz as “a persuasive yet gentle tone that conveys compassion and a sense of composure.” Meanwhile Serenity is “weightless and airy, like the expanse of the blue sky above us, bringing feelings of respite and relaxation even in turbulent times.”
Pantone explains its choice of colours as a reflection of the belief that as consumers we’re searching for mindfulness and well-being as an antidote to modern day stresses. They claim these two colours “fulfil our yearning for reassurance and security.” Together they say Rose Quartz and Serenity “demonstrate a natural balance between the warmer embracing rose tone and the cooler tranquil blue.” This certainly gives us something to think about!

For most small businesses however colour is a personal preference, sometimes even just an afterthought. We don’t want you to fall into this group and so would like to provide you with some food for thought in the form of an overview of colours and the psychological impact they can have.

Branding the Pavilion

The Monddi team came up with a great branding solution which provided a unique and contemporary design for signage and marketing materials. The strong visual impact of the branding has already won many positive comments and provides a cornerstone to everything we want to achieve for the Pavilion venue.
Pavilion Signage Design