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“Jane and her team instilled trust and confidence throughout the process and I have no hesitation in recommending ID for your next design project.”
Gary Howell, Morgan Walsh.
“The new logo and branding give my website and business card a new lease of life. I feel it enables me to really stand out as a creative professional.”
Manda Graham, Producer, Coach & Mentor at Creative Spark
“ID Creative were easily able to apply our branding across all touch points we have with customers – website, compliment slips, business cards. We now have a uniform brand identity that fits our business.
We have always used ID Creative Design for our branding, as they have always achieved the feel we were looking for. We feel that Jane and Nick provide a very high level of design, but without the London price tag.”
Paddy Fawcett, Invizio Product Design
“Jane was a pleasure to work with, guiding us through the design process in a seamless and efficient manner. The design work was fabulous and our initial customer feedback has demonstrated a great improvement to the UX.”
A business based at the Malvern Hills Science Park
“You have to learn to trust those who are experts in their field. In the same way as people come to shop at Austin & Co because we know the ins and outs of the greeting card trade, using an agency allowed me to rebrand the business without having to learn the skills myself. Hiring a designer to help means I can get that project done and begin using it to make you more money. We look and seem more put together, if everything does then it fits together.”
Sean Austin, Owner at Austin & Co.
“iD offers a professional, high quality design service with the considerations on the right design to fit within the stand material and proportions for a shell scheme stand.”
Mike Hopkins, Managing Director at STORM Geomatics.
“Our logo and branding have given us great visibility and recognition over the years and has helped our business strengthen its position locally – the logo especially is very easily spotted as it is simple and clear and good for use on websites, adverts and social media platforms. The colours are vibrant and a pleasure to work with across our marketing materials in print and online. We are still very happy with the look and feel of our branding and logo and will continue to use it for the foreseeable future.”
Sascha McDonald, Publishing Director at All About Magazines.
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