Maven Design Agency


  1. Mobilise

    Mobilise is a social purpose business created to reshape the relationship between citizens and their public services.

    They work with local government and public services to increase levels of satisfaction and trust facilitating more active citizens within communities thus helping to reduce the cost of public services.

    They do this through innovation, encouraging community activism and building strong relationships.

    We developed a custom, responsive content led site build in WordPress.

    Launch site

  2. Israel 65

    Identity created for 65 years of Israel. This simple ident was used on advertising and brochures to help promote the organised celebrations at Wembley Arena.

  3. Babel

    Babel is a ‘brand journalism’ agency focused on the technology, media and telecoms industries. Babel make technology start-ups and mid-market challengers famous and enhance the profile of some of the largest technology brands on the planet.

    Babel’s core proposition is to make (their clients) products and services tangible and Maven have produced a new brand which reinforces this.


  4. Robert Graham Commercial

    Launched in 2013 Robert Graham Commercial is a property consultancy that focuses primarily on commercial agency within the London city fringe area. With a wealth of experience in this sector coupled with a desire to deliver a high quality service and sound advice to help their clients achieve results in these challenging times. The firm specialises in lettings, sales and acquisition of all aspects of commercial property from retail, office, industrial to development and investment.

    Maven developed a new brand and website which features a bespoke custom built property database. One feature we were keen to develop was a feed stream. The site automatically feeds listed properties to specific third party sites, freeing up more time to work and focus on the core business.

    Launch site

  5. Twenty Something London

    Twenty Something London are a recommendations website that supports independent businesses and help people ‘Do Something Different’. They provide awesome recommendations on anything and everything in London for young-spirited Londoners. Maven were involved from the start, we helped craft a logotype and develop their brand new site.

    Launch site

  6. LSJS

    London School of Jewish Studies has grown into to a world-class learning centre. On its Hendon campus there are some fifty teachers providing adult education courses, degree and teacher training programmes for over seven hundred students. LSJS’s imaginative courses, high intellectual standards, educational tours, and outreach to synagogues making an impact on thousands of people.

    Maven has designed and built a brand new site which will help the school to reach new audiences and gain further growth. The school’s new site is built using WordPress has been designed to be responsive (optimal viewing experience on all devices), features a content rich events listing and booking function plus a registered user area.

    Launch site

  7. E-Tabs

    E-Tabs are a leading data visualisation provider. Initially we were asked to develop some new product marketing materials however, the outcome of our early discussions lead to the design of a new brand.

    Maven identified four core values which their business provides through its products and services: knowledge, speed, simplicity and flexibility. Alongside a new brand, the core values are represented by four animals; owl, cheetah, ant and octopus.

    We have also developed E-Tabs website.

  8. Embassy of Israel in London

    Due to its location The Embassy of Israel in London is a key diplomatic hub.

    Having successfully won a closed pitch, our starting point was to look at the embassy from the outside. Moving away from the internal departments, starting from scratch, focusing on content and structure whilst adding a new fresh look-and-feel to the old outdated site.

    Built on a Word Press platform we developed a strong, friendlier, easy-to-use design that was adaptable and stable.

    Key features of the site are event listings, slideshow images and back-end newsletter generation.

    This site has now been replaced by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs standard website template.

  9. Queen Anne Street Capital

    Queen Anne Street Capital brings risk capital to property investment, trading and development either directly or through equity participation and other joint venture arrangements. it was important that their new site carried forward the legacy of Wolfe Property whilst moving Queen Anne Street in to the next chapter in their journey. The key feature we developed is the Google Maps integration. Users can browse their extensive portfolio whist viewing the precise location within the UK.

    Launch site

    Maven also developed a new brand for both Queen Anne Street and Wolfe Property Services.