The Galley in Topsham reveal their new branding and website!


The Galley, fish and seafood restaurant in Topsham has launched a new website and branding with a fresh, clean and timeless look.

Enlisting Harry Wild, from food and drink communications agency, Go Wild Communications, it was agreed to make the restaurant more accessible online and offer an enhanced first impression through visually striking imagery.

To showcase the elegance of The Galley’s food from Head Chef Jason Mead, its timeless interiors and welcoming team, food and drink photographer Nick Hook sought to bring the brand to life through mouth-watering imagery. The new website features wide-screen images to best showcase Nick’s inspirational photography.

Illustrator Tori Gower created the nautical Galley logo, while Tristan Parker from Knee Deep Design together with Zoe Gill developed the slick new look for the website, with the brief of creating an easy to navigate site with an intuitive booking journey.

The team comments: “We pride ourselves on our traditional values and timeless approach. We have kept our heads down, focussed on serving the very best of Devon on a plate. However, it was high time we refreshed our website and social media platforms. After much hard-work and care, we are delighted to reveal our brand new look. You’ll find our new logo splashed across all of our printed materials and we can’t wait to reveal new signage on the building too. Please take a look and let us know what you think.”

www.galleyrestaurant.co.uk

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