Project Description

Coleman Racing – Web Design & Marketing

As a leading powerboat racing team in the P1 Superstock , Sam and Daisy the dynamic duo of Coleman Racing were keen to up their game and enhance their profile off the water. They came to Jstreet Creative needing a new website and business cards.

Making Waves Website Design

Daisy and Sam set the standard high for this project, highlighting the Red Bull website as inspiration for their new online home. As always the team were setting their sights high, both in terms of their online profile and their racing ambitions.

The challenge was set, and the team are delighted with the results. The new Coleman Racing website provides a dynamic and highly engaging online experience for visitors.

Featuring a visually striking design that encompasses the teams existing brand, eye catching access to the latest news, weather reports for the next race venue and all the social media under the sun, the website is almost as action packed as race day itself.

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Ready to Race

With their marketing concerns covered for the remainder of the 2016 season and into 2017, the team can now focus their efforts on what they do best: Race. Make sure you keep up with their progress this season and head on over to the new Coleman Racing website.

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Stationary That Makes a Splash

To round of their marketing collateral, the team needed some unforgettable business cards. the business cards initially featured profile pictures of Sam and Daisy.

Business Cards Coleman 2017

Although these would undoubtedly make a mark on the receiver, it was decided a more subtle design was more suitable. The iconic design featuring both Daisy and Sam celebrating their win at Greenock was chosen instead.