HELLO

Welcome. Since 2015 we’ve helped our clients stand out and get Lemonfaced.

By putting together ideas, words, design and technology with passion and enthusiasm, we’ve created, developed and executed brand magic for our clients. Don't take our word for it, see what our clients have to say, browse our portfolio, read our case studies. Find out what we've been up to, tips, tricks and how we celebrate our clients. Learn about who we are what we can do for you and how we might collaborate.

MEET LITTLE LEMONFACE

HOROWHENUA DISTRICT COUNCIL

Sarah-Jayne Shine truly does “shine”! Her creative flare coupled with a desire to work with and for the customer produces outstanding results that enhances customer engagement and perception. Sarah-Jayne through clarity of strategy developed and delivered on an outstanding communications and brand strategy that brought to life our ideas and vision.

Monique Davidson,
Group Manager Customer & Community Services

Rangitīkei District Council

Sarah-Jayne and Sean were exceptional to work with on the design and print for community engagement on our spatial planning project – Pae Tawhiti Rangitīkei Beyond. With an incredibly short timeframe Sarah-Jayne created a huge number of exceptially high quality looking documents – a full discussion document, summary documents and engagement material. Sean leading the print
management made this part of the process a breeze. We are exceptionally happy with the results and highly recommend the team at Lemonface Creative.


Katrina Gray
Kaiwhakamahere Rautaki Matua, Senior Strategic Planner

ACS Marketing

Sarah-Jayne is an incredibly talented designer and creative brain! She understands the brief and transforms it into creative designs that cut through and appeal to the target audience. I have worked closely with Lemonface Creative on the production of a magazine and the editorial layout and attention to detail is exceptional. Sarah-Jayne is easy to communicate with and always gets the job completed within timelines. A pleasure to work with and a unicorn designer. 

Anna Colville-Smith
ACS Marketing

Shepherdess Magazine

Sarah Jayne is creative, clever, dynamic, and a storyteller. She is exactly the sort of person you want to have on your team when working on a project that uses visual communication to tell a story. it is wonderful to work with someone who is equally as excited on a project as you! It feels like a true collaboration.

Kristy McGregor
Editor, Shepherdess Magazine

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Case Studies

If you want to get a sneak peek into how we work, read one of our case studies, they showcase our work from 'go to whoa!' and explore projects in more depth.

NEWS

Fergus the Fog. An uninvited guest.

Testing positive was something that I knew would probably happen one day. ‘Get it out the way’ I thought. Nah, I wish I’d never got it. Symptoms are stopping me doing what I want to do. It’s stopping me doing what I always do. I’ve had to take time off, and those of you who know me well know that I never take time off, ever. It’s knocked my confidence a bit. It’s made me doubt myself. It’s made me forget things.

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The Importance of celebrating company anniversaries

As we get stuck into the new year, especially this year, we find ourselves looking forward to many things. A particularly exciting event here at Lemonface Creative is our approaching 7th anniversary. Yup we’ll be 7 on March 1st. As the big day nears, we’ve been reflecting on the importance of celebrating an anniversary, and what all that entails. Anniversaries are more than opportunities to recognise significant milestones—if properly taken advantage of, they can provide a space for all employees to pause and reflect on their organisation’s journey to the present and recognize their personal role in it. In planning this year’s milestone we’re going to discuss a few ways for YOU to seize the opportunity of celebrating YOUR business.

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Motivation after the holidays

You’ve worked hard to fully switch off from work mode. If switching your out of office on is the start of your holiday then switching it off most certainly means the end. As soon as that first morning alarm of the year goes off it’s all on again but becoming instantly productive is not always as easy as it seems.

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