Deaf Weekend

Branding and website for Irish girl band

Deaf Weekend are an up-and-coming band from the South of Ireland. Comprised of three very talented girls, they write their songs, play numerous instruments and direct their own music videos. They required an identity and website to set them apart from their competition and to establish them as a force to be reckoned with.

  • Client: Deaf Weekend
  • Role: Branding, responsive website design, build
  • Tools: Illustrator, Twitter Bootstrap, CSS3, HTML5, jQuery
  • Credits: Site photos by Brian Dunlea


The letters D and W form the identity for the band. Strong, bold colours create a kaleidoscope effect. Century Gothic was chosen as the font due to it's strong, timeless qualitites and easy legibility.

Deaf Weekend Pattern


A custom pattern motif was created to be used across the Deaf Weekend site and marketing materials.

Deaf Weekend Vinyl

Strong colours are used across the site to reflect the band's youthful personality and bold sound. The homepage is constantly updating with new social media stories from the girls and CSS3 animations are employed across the site to add an extra level of interactivity.

Deaf Weekend iPad Screen

The about page offers a detailed insight into the members of the band and their interests.

Deaf Weekend iPhone Screens

The site was designed, and built using the Twitter Bootstrap framework to be fully responsive, ensuring easy access to the Deaf Weekend fan base.

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