then the simple compelling
Warwick Business School – Brand Identity
Unlocking a powerful brand hiding within
Informa Business Intelligence – Identity & Digital
An intelligent approach to business intelligence
AVEVA – Employee Experience Design
Defining a combined culture
Bibelot – Brand Identity & Digital Design
Life in Colour
Bank of Ireland – Investor/Employee Engagement
A new approach for annual reporting
The University of Manchester - Identity & Digital
Uniting a pioneering past and energetic future
Trades Union Congress – Brand Identity
Changing the world of work for good
IMPAX – Identity & Digital Design
Merging two pioneers
Actorum – Brand Identity
Managing Talent Since '74
Homes England – Identity & Engagement
Breaking new ground in the housing market
Gowling WLG – Brand Experience Design
Powering global expertise
Durham University – Identity & Engagement
The Pensions Regulator – Brand Identity
Bringing clarity and confidence to a confusing sector
Abellio Public Transport – Employee Engagement
Going beyond a-to-b
Houses of Parliament – Brand Experience Design
Where living heritage meets the modern workplace
Close Brothers – Brand Identity
Modernising a merchant banking identity
ACAS – Brand Identity
Making a difference to a brand that makes a difference
Drillshed – Brand Identity
Realising a passion for all things equestrian
Wesleyan Mutual Society – Brand Identity
The feeling is mutual
Informa Healthcare Live – Brand Identity
Together for a healthier world
Simon Ward, CEO
Simon has 25 years’ experience from top consultancies (Interbrand; BBDO) and brands (Toyota), including the lead role in repositioning Lexus in the UK. He now also guest lectures on branding at Warwick Business School.
Jeremy Shaw, Creative Director
Jeremy has 28 years industry leading experience including Lloyd Northover and Wolff Olins, designing a wealth of iconic work, from the John Lewis identity to the National Savings rebrand (to NS&i). He also teaches design at the University of Sussex.
Sarah Wade, Strategy Director
Sarah originally trained as a designer but now is an accomplished writer and planner. She has over 20 years’ experience in brand consultancies including Holmes & Marchant, JKR and Elmwood.
Matt Klippel, Head of Technology
Matt is our Head of Technology, working across all aspects of digital user experience, information architecture, technical development and integration, using a broad range of technologies and both enterprise level and open source platforms.
Jai Nicholls, Head of Digital Delivery
Jai Nicholls has nearly 18 years’ experience in digital project, product & programme management. She is a PRINCE2 Practitioner and uses a variety of methodologies including Waterfall, Agile & Kanban.
Darren Baker, Business Director
Darren has over 20 years’ industry experience. He has delivered complex projects for Bank of Ireland, Abellio and Warwick Business School and has worked client-side as a Brand Manager for Bristol & West Plc.
Oscar Greensted, Senior Designer
Oscar is one of our experienced designers who led the implementation of the assets and guidelines for TUC, Warwick Business School, and ACAS. He also has extensive experience in events branding, web design and annual reporting.
Alice Hambleton, Designer
Alice is at the heart of our studio and has led the implementation of the assets and guidelines for several brands. She has experience in creating annual reports for RIBA and EFG. Her past experience includes WARL design and working with Morag Myerscough.
Giulia Matrone, Account Manager
Giulia is a graduate of Warwick Business School and one of our account managers. She has supported projects while working at Freuds and Microsoft, as well as working with us on Bank of Ireland, TUC, ACAS, Merck, Impax Asset Management and Houses of Parliament.
Ralph Ardill, Consultant — Customer & Employee Brand Experience
Ralph is a leading expert and author on experience design and change management. A former strategy director at Imagination, he has advised, inspired and supported some of the world’s leading brands including Diageo, CBRE, Ford, BP and Coca Cola.
Seretta Sancho, Front of House
Seretta has over 25 years’ experience as a front of house receptionist. In the past she has worked for companies such as P&O Cruises, Chelsea Football Club and Guinness Brewery. She has been the smiling front of house person for MSQ Partners Ltd for the past 19 years.
Ash Shah, Finance Director
Ash has been the Finance Director at Lloyd Northover and MSQ Partners for the past 8 years. His previous experience includes working for Virgin and Nobu.
What do we offer?
- Brand Identity
- Employee Engagement
- Digital Design
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Who we’ve worked with
- Air Macau
- Bank of Ireland
- Bath Spa University
- Belfast City Council
- Bird & Bird
- British Citizenship
- British Council
- Cancer Research
- Close Brothers
- Companies House
- Durham University
- Financial Services Authority
- Gowling WLG
- Homes England
- House of Lords
- Houses of Parliament
- Hong Kong Express
- Impax Asset Management
- John Lewis
- John Paul Getty Museums
- London South Bank University
- Manchester University
- May Gurney
- Millennium Hotels
- Music Magpie
- Regent’s University London
- Royal Navy
- Singapore Mass Transit System
- Shakespeare Martineau
- Thomas Cook
- The Pensions Regulator
- Turtle Beach
- University of the Arts
- University of Bedfordshire
- University College Cork
- Warwick Business School
- Welsh Development Agency
- Wesleyan Assurance
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