The ways we have created a Buzz
An exploration of the iconic repeat pattern designs of fashion brandsRead full post
Rust – the inspiration of imperfection.
Rust, yes rusty objects fascinate me. This process creates something beautiful and serves to remind us about the power of nature.Read full post
Continuing to buzz – DressCode is 2!
2 years of developing the DressCode brand – lessons learnt and opportunities for the futureRead full post
Visualising the invisible
At the time of writing this, the UK is 8 weeks into lockdown, there have been some changes to what ‘lockdown’ looks…Read full post
That ❤️️’s a brand, a big strong, timeless brand.
It’s possibly THE most enduring icon of modern day life. It has been used on everything from T-shirts to international charity campaigns,…Read full post
Branding the biggest organisation ever!
Dream jobs, we all have them and I’ve been lucky enough to realise several of my design and branding career goals over…Read full post
This is my DressCode
A look back over the past 12 months of developing the DressCode Shirts brand.Read full post
Seeing is believing – buying a product you’ve not seen
Last week I was on a photoshoot, it was a great day and a real privilege to be earning my living art…Read full post
The Name Game
The name game – creating and developing brand names for products, businesses and services. Creating a buzz.Read full post
Fletcher Thompson – case study
The early stages of every branding project are exciting – there’s lots going on, lots to learn, interpret and understand about the…Read full post
Watering down a brand
Watering down a brand is not something that you’d usually hear anyone advocate…however there’s always exceptions. And here’s one that certainly benefited…Read full post
The human touch
The biggest challenge every business faces has to be humanising what it is that they produce. Whether what you do is technically…Read full post
The recipe for a successful brand – Appetite for Success
Coaching is a very broad area of business, there are many skills, disciplines and services covered by a one catch all term…Read full post
Ok, as you’ll have gathered if you’ve read any of my posts I’m passionate about design in all its forms and functions.…Read full post
The Red Routes initiative was first trialed in Lancashire, where the local constabulary created a series of warning signs on dangerous roads…Read full post
Every now and then there is a project that comes along where I have to pinch myself, this was one such project.…Read full post
I have spent a lot of time working with food retail businesses, in particular local, high quality producers and retailers. Our projects…Read full post
I really enjoyed working with the Milk Marketing Board to re-establish this brand. Cheshire cheese is often overlooked in favour of Lancashire,…Read full post
The current Lord and Lady Cavendish have established Holker Hall as a regional tourist destination, a place where people can explore acres…Read full post
Cumbrian Fellbred is all about supporting locally produced meat products and the farmers who care for these animals. The unique environment of…Read full post
Developing the Kellogg’s cereal bars concept remains one of the proudest moments of my professional design career. It was one of my…Read full post
Beginning to buzz
Busy as A B started around Easter 1997, when as a final year student I was given the audacious task of creating…Read full post
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