Work with us
From natural history museums to sustainability-focused organisations, arts hubs to universities, research teams to visitor attractions, we work with individuals and organisations alike to deliver diverse design projects.
Visual storytelling is at the heart of what we do. We’ve collaborated with curators to transform ideas into exhibitions, helped researchers to visualise their data, supported events organisers with their festival materials and partnered with marketing teams to champion their campaigns.
Specialising in design for print and space our focus is to equip you with the right visual tools to successfully bring your brand, identity and environment to life.
So whether it’s an end-of-project research-packed report, an exhibition idea that is ready to be visualised or an organisation in need of a visual language and identity boost we can help.
To discuss your project contact us at email@example.com
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Talk to us about
- Graphic design
- Visual communication
- Surface pattern
- Brand, identity and visual language
- Exhibition branding and interpretation
- Spatial and environmental graphics
- Design thinking
- Art direction and styling
Print, books, catalogues, reports, posters, merchandise, logos, branding, packaging graphics, menus, interior graphics, product graphics and infographics
2D graphic interpretation & visual storytelling for applied, artistic & commercial projects
What you can expect
Listening. Questioning. Exploring. Evaluating. These are some of the important processes we use to get to know you and your project requirements. Coupled with a user-centred focus that puts you and your audience at the forefront, we don’t advocate a one-size fits all, so you can be assured that our design response will be collaborative and tailored to you.
We work hard to break the preconceptions of graphic design practice in a confident and innovative way and we have a hands-on attitude; so we can personally guide you through the whole process from brief to completion.
Project scope is often varied. It’s not uncommon for our role as designers to extend beyond the focus of aesthetics to partner, organiser, maker and occasional wordsmith.
Our approach is collaborative and building strong working relationships with clients, creatives, individuals and organisations alike is important to us.
When it comes to project production we have established links with specialist teams in print, build and install. Alternatively, we can work with a team of your choosing.
The starting point of all projects. You may already have a brief, or you may have an idea that needs to be shaped into one. Whatever the situation, we can work with you to develop your brief including identifying and evaluating requirements and scope. Once the brief is agreed, and budget, timeframes and responsibilities approved, the project is deemed live and we move into our 4-stage design process:
CLARIFY, RESEARCH, EXPLORE, FORM IDEAS
OUTCOME: the starting point for graphic direction and visual exploration is identified
DEVELOP, EVALUATE, DETERMINE DIRECTION
OUTCOME: the essence of the project is visually captured and the graphic direction determined
REFINE, DETAIL, FINALISE
OUTCOME: the visual elements and/or language is refined and final design stage is completed
IMPLEMENT, INSTALL, MAKE-READY
OUTCOME: tangible elements are outsourced to production, the project is complete and you are equipped with the right visual tools
Some of the people we have worked with include;
Collaborations with 3D specialists
With extensive experience of 2D design for 3D application, we regularly collaborate with 3D specialists and have provided concept and design development, graphic design, interpretation, illustration and visualisation for tender-stage, live and existing projects. If you are an exhibition, interior or architecture practice we are available to support your design projects. Get in touch for an initial chat.
We are an independent two-person design studio and we love to hear about new projects. Our set-up, approach and methods of working means that we are unable to respond with speculative concept visuals to design-tender requests. However, should you wish to consider us for your project, please get in touch; we can provide example case studies and estimate fees on request.