I designed Hawkins Chairty Consultancy website a while ago, before mobile-friendliness was such a big issue, so although the basic styling of the site has lasted well, I recently re-built the styling to play nicely with all screen sizes from mobile upwards. The styling transferred well, and now gives a much better experience on mobie devices.
The website for Ockley, Okewood & Forest Green churches in Surrey was given a 'responsive' makeover so that it looks good on any device used to view it. The screenshots here are from a desktop; tablet and phone, in each case the layout adapts to the available space on each device. An intro video was also introduced on the home page, and the navigation simplified from the previous version.
Hawkins Charity Consultancy requested this logo design to replace the former text-only version on the website. It comes in standard and reversed colourways, as well as a wider 'inline' version and has already been implemented on the website (soon to be given a responsive revamp). The brief of looking professional without being too clinical, still human, was achieved with a slightly modified font, and a swooping curve to represent change and moving forward.