What's it all about then

We love to design...

The Little Design Studio is based in Oundle, Peterborough, but that doesn’t limit our imagination or creative reach.

Whatever your product, whatever your business, your budget, your shape, we can help you. Take a look at our recent work to see examples of website design, logo design, brochure design, exhibition graphics, flyers, invitations...

we can design just about anything.

Our aim...

We strive to make your brand memorable and can offer bold originality as well as sensitive development, or simply add a breath of fresh air to an existing project.

LDS strives to provide the best customer service and value for money in the industry. We aren’t happy unless we meet and then exceed our clients’ expectations.

We listen, understand, research, design and deliver.

Making a difference with every project... and every client

As 80% of our work comes from recommendations, we make sure every client leaves happy.

Succesful design needs a shared vision, we are continually working to improve our discovery documents listed below:
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Our Work

The Little Design Studio is the next best thing to having an in-house design team. We are known for quality, efficiency, and a lightning fast turnaround. We cover virtually every area of creative design. Have a look at some of our recent projects... or click on the links below to view some of our past projects.

Website Design | Design for Print | Logo Design & Branding
Marshal Papworth Website Design
Website Design
Website Build
Wordpress Content
Management System


The Little Design Studio were given the task of designing a website for Marshal Papworth.

Marshal Papworth is a charity which provides agricultural and horticultural scholarships to help students from developing countries gain practical skills and valuable knowledge to share within their local communities in order to meet future food needs for generations to come.

This website has a content management system which allows the client to update each section themselves, armed with a “how to guide” they are able to update blogs and student information as it comes in.

Take a look, feel free to donate.

You Dirty Dog Creative Logo Design


What a great idea… a dog grooming service right on the beach, you drop off your pooch after a day at the seaside go grab a coffee and come back to a sparkling pup with not a grain of sand in sight!


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Branding for Victoria Newton
Logo Design
Stationery Design


We were given the task of creating a whole new look and feel for Victoria Newton. Victoria specialises in bespoke interiors and soft furnishings, her attention to detail is amazing and work superb.

Watch this space… website coming soon

Currently Under Construction
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Kingham Cottage
Logo Design
Logo Development
Website Design
Website Build
Wordpress Content
Management System


Kingham Cottage is part of the After Umbrage Charity. It is the retreat for those who are caring for terminally ill loved ones, it is an opportunity for them to escape for a short while and take a break.

Kingham Cottage is also a holiday let, this generates the income to be able to support carers so the branding for Kingham needed to look as smart as the cottage to attract paying guests.

Guests can book their stay through this website and it is all for a great cause.

Green Meadows Festival


We love supporting local events, especially this one! Creative leaflet and poster design for The Green meadows Festival.

Who’s going this year?

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How we Work

At the Little Design Studio, we can adopt a number of different approaches depending on our client’s needs. We pride ourselves on our creative flair, and our ability to put it to work effectively with our clients. We work within your process as much as possible, but at the same time we find that some variation on the five step model is almost always called for.

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