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We can help you push your brand further with our strategic design thinking,
call us on 0118 321 3436 or drop us a line at hello@withbrand.co.uk

Why indeed. Well I am a graphic designer, creative director at WithBrand with over 20 years experience. I am an ideas person also seen by some as a strong web designer, techy or Joomla! trainer. But there is a common thread to all of this that sticks everything together like glue which is branding and business visual identity. It really does influence every aspect of my creative thinking. It's where we like to start, at the beginning, or to be able to take an existing business brand in a new direction.

Branding is the bigger picture of what you do. It’s your voice or footprint that people respond and engage with and importantly over time will remember and become loyal too. This is where we want to be. Working with businesses and non-profit organisations creating distinctive and recognisable brands with engaged customers. And that pretty much hits the nail on the head. Here are our core design disciplines we work on with clients:

Brand strategy

  • Research
  • Co-design workshops
  • Value proposition
  • Tone of voice
  • Core values

Brand Development

  • Brand workshops
  • Brand naming
  • Brand identity design
  • Visual brand guidelines
  • Signage and way finding

Brand Engagement

  • Art direction / advertising
  • Copywriting and content marketing
  • Digital marketing
  • Campaign development
  • Corporate literature
  • Direct mail
  • Film

Digital experience

  • Website co-design workshop
  • UX design
  • UI Design
  • Bootstrap front-end development
  • Wordpress and Joomla websites
  • CRM Integration
  • Email marketing
  • Social media branding

No smoke and mirrors

We are a small team of creative and strategic designers based in Berkshire between Newbury and Reading, an hour away from London. We would be delighted to help you on your brand journey so give us a call on 0118 321 3436 or drop us a line at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Thank you for your time
Giles

 

 

 

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