The JezUK corporate website has been redesigned in the business card image. This is JezUK's first visual identity remodelling since its founding in 1995, and provides a uniform brand presentation across web and print media.
JezUK remains committed to combining development expertise with constructive laziness to deliver high quality bespoke software and process consultancy services.
The logo was commissioned from Ken Davidson, Intelligent Graphic Design, who probably wants no part of this silliness.
- I especially like the VAT number, never know when your going to need that in a hurry :) [added 17th Aug 2007]
smellygit said Allan: If you look around, it's not uncommon for companies to give their company and VAT registration numbers, so it felt quite corporatey. Besides I copied directly from Kevlin, who's career (and presumably rate) I hope to emulate even though I'm not clever or energetic enough.
When you click on the google maps link it says
"Did you mean: B13 9HD "
Why would I? [added 17th Aug 2007]
John: It's a post code just along the road. If you search for B13 9HD it doesn't say "Did you mean: B13 9HD", so I need to raise the corporate profile another notch or two. [added 17th Aug 2007]
Ken [e] said B13 9HD is the post code of the local surgery, by the way. Perhaps the googlebot detected you were feeling a bit poorly after your long cycle ride John? [added 17th Aug 2007]
I believe it's now a legal requirement to display the company number on all 'literature' including websites. This isn't enforced much, but it is mandatory. Should be on the letterheads too.
As far as being part of any silliness - I detect no silliness ;) [added 17th Aug 2007]
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