Our Mission

“The life of a designer is a life of fight. Fight against the ugliness. Just like a doctor fights against disease. For us, the visual disease is what we have around, and what we try to do is cure it somehow with design.”  – Massimo Vignelli

Image Gallery

Gallery for the Jolly Roger Adventure Website. The gallery displays images in a light box function which dims the rest of the page whilst enlarging the image and creating an immersive gallery.

Scroll Effects

Scroll Effects on the Jolly Roger Adventure Website. These effects dramatically fall from the top line evenly spacing themselves out, this feature adds a level of depth and complexity to your website.

Video Background

Video background for the Jolly Roger Adventure Website. This feature puts added motion to still information and works great at the top of yuor page.

About Us

Clubhouse Page for Swindive. This section provides an area to write about the history and mission target it's the core of your company and you can express it right here.

Call to Action

Front Page for Swindive. Call to Action button is that will entice site visitors to move forward on the website and get them to the place you need them.m

Product Table

Product Table for Swindive. This is a great way to display your main services or products, easy to find and simple to read, viewers eyes can't help but be drawn to read this section.

Social Links

Connecting to facebook, twitter and instagram will increase clicks and views on your website. You have complete control of how customers see your business and how customers are influenced to use your website, driving forward more business for you.

Mobile Menu

You are more likely to have customers visit your website through their phone or tablet, So every website we design is mobile friendly. Your content will look as good as it does on a desktop as it does on a mobile, so you know your in good hands when show off our own website.

Search Bar

How quickly do customers leave your website if they can't find what they're looking for. We can show you your stats and put search bar on your site so nobody leaves without making a search results and we collect data what they searched for as well, so you push forward that service or product.

Reviews From Our Customers...

Our website has come leaps and bounds since employing their services, we have ordered a website, event flyers and posters, menus, membership cards and stationary.

Jolly Roger Adventure Ltd

Our website is so much more exciting to look at, compared to the previous website and much easier to use.



Our magazine designs can be printed or electronically published. This give you and your readers the freedom of reading your magazine online or on good old fished paper.


We can design and brand a line of merchandise for your event, employees uniform or if you're creating brand awareness by handing out freebies then we can do that too!


The forefront image of any business, charity, band and everything else. Logos have been used for over a thousand years and even longer if you are counting family crests, hieroglyphics and ancient religious symbolism.

Business Cards

Business cards began in the 17th century in Europe, where they were used to announce the impending arrival of prosperous or aristocratic people to their local town or even their home.

These days cards have the name of the card holder, the company, their location, and relevant contact information. Cards have also come a long way in terms of design.


This revolutionary concept came from the use of computers and began in the 80's

Named after Steve Jobs daughter, Lisa was the first graphical user interface aimed at a wide audience of business customers.

Posters & Flyers

The Poster was one of the earliest forms of advertisement and began to develop as a medium for visual communication in the early 19th century. They influenced the development of typography because they were meant to be read from a distance and required larger type to be produced, usually from wood rather than metal. The poster quickly spread around the world and became a staple of the graphic design trade.


Letterheads & Stationary