Website Design Peak District

Posted in History, Website Design
Website Design Peak District

Andrew Burdett Design is the longest established website design company in the Peak District. Established in September 1999 by Andrew Burdett, after over a decade working for design agencies and direct marketing companies. We have a wealth of experience, creativity and expertise second to none. We have worked for a wide range of clients from […]

The longest established Peak District website designers

The longest established Peak District website designers

Based in Eyam, in the Derbyshire Peak District, Andrew Burdett Design have been designing and building websites for local businesses and organisation since the company’s inception back in the 90’s. A broad range of clients from sole traders to national organisations From holiday cottages to business coaches, sports therapists to consultants, whatever you line of […]

We’ve been doing this a while…

Posted in Graphic Design, History
We’ve been doing this a while…

Whilst having a clear out Andrew found his old Apple Macintosh SE in the loft. This model was released around 1989 and retailed at nearly £3,000 back then! I think he may have been a designer for quite some time! It now has pride of place, on display in his office. This 1980s SE FDHD […]

Catalogue design through the ages: 1970s

Catalogue design through the ages: 1970s

Here’s the our second blog in our “Catalogue design through the ages” series. This time the 1970’s, the decade of polyester, flares, strikes and dodgy style. It’s also the era that spawned ‘catalogue man’ with his brilliant / comical poses.

Celebrating sixteen years in business!

Celebrating sixteen years in business!

After a decade in the design and direct mail industry we opened our first studio in Mapperley, Nottingham on 15th September 1999. A lot has happened since then… • We’ve worked for 239 clients • Helped over 50 start-up businesses • Worked with customers as close as next door and as far afield as Indonesia […]

Catalogue design through the ages: 1920s – 1960s

Catalogue design through the ages: 1920s – 1960s

We love the style and craftsmanship of old catalogues. They give a feel for the era from which they come and also are a window into the daily lives and aspirations of the people in of that time. Vintage catalogues often reflect the graphic design style and technologies available in that era. Created in a […]