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 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 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.
Darren has 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.
David is a highly experienced brand and communications specialist developing national and international brand and marketing programmes for a wide range of companies, organisations, charities and countries. This includes Landsec, CBRE, TeleReal Trillium, London Development Agency, IHG and The Dalata Hotel Group.
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.
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, Merck and Acas.
Alice is one of our experienced designers at the heart of our studio and has led the implementation of the assets and guidelines for several brands. Her past experience includes WARL design and working with Morag Myerscough.
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- Digital Design
- Brand Strategy
- Environment Design
- Brand Identity
- Tone of Voice
- Brand Architecture
- Culture Change
- Brand Communications
- Brand Guardianship
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