GRAPHIC DESIGN FOR START UPS
I have worked in graphic design for over 25 years, at agencies in Surrey, London and now based in the beautiful Cotswolds. As a published journalist I started as a copywriter; writing for corporate brochures, sales literature and adverts. Once I was generating the advert concepts themselves I wanted to visualise my campaigns; I started to design.
I have worked on projects for some of the largest organisations in the world; IBM, Hewlett Packard, 3M, Vodafone, BP to name a few.
But it is working with entrepreneurs and start ups that I find the most rewarding; being able to witness the positive effects that my creativity has on burgeoning businesses. Ultimately here at Spring we offer you big agency talent at small agency prices.
Jordan Scott, Creative Director
We aim to alleviate some of the start up stress by providing you with the key branded essentials that you require to launch your business with confidence. We make the entire process as seamless as possible so that you can focus on the other arrangements.
Our full suite of services includes: concept origination, campaign concepts, logo design, corporate stationery, display advertisement design, brochure design, branded merchandise, direct mail design, website design, e-broadcast design, exhibition panels and stand design, copywriting & print management.
Jordan was a joy to work with. Not only was his logo so good I had it tattooed on my wrist but he took all of the stress out of building my website and his creations were very in tune with what I had in mind. I have recommended him to my own clients who have all been extremely happy.
Aurora Zanzibar had the pleasure of working with and developing our beautiful, functional website with Jordan. The process was hassle free and enjoyable. He understood immediately our concept and executed it to perfection. I highly recommend Jordan as his intuition and vision is inspiring and contagious.
AURORA BOUTIQUE HOTEL
We didn't want Spring to put their name on the designs they did for us because quite frankly we didn't want to share them.