I like to spend time learning what’s important to you, your business and your audience. Using my experience to ask the right questions to get to the heart of what you really need. And then working with you to create something distinct, striking, special.

So whether you need UX strategy and website design such as the work I did for the YHA; project-management, design and build of an e-commerce/educational website which I recently completed for MoovBank or an arresting identity like Neil Gaiman's Likely Stories then please do get in touch.

The main studio practices are Creative Direction, Visual Identity and UX Design. Find out more below...

Graeme Swinton
Graeme Swinton
Graeme Swinton
Graeme Swinton

Creative Direction

Where planning and creativity meet.

It all starts with a clear strategy. What do you need to achieve? How will it affect your business or your audience? What will the project look and feel like? An approach from every angle. Ideas, imagination, research and insight – all tied together.

Relevant projects:

Colston Hall
Nick Cave


"Strong work every time, with an energy and positivity that makes every project a pleasure."

Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard

Visual Identity

What do you stand for?

Your visual identity is a language. It speaks to your customers. Tells them what you’re like. What you stand for (or against) and over time, it comes to symbolise your personality and reputation. Think of it as the emotional hook between you and your audience.

Relevant projects:

Classical Bristol
Likely Stories


"Our go-to when we need a creative and intelligent design solution."

Colston Hall

UX Design

A great user experience with real customer satisfaction.

How will people interact with your website or software? What journey will they go on? UX Design is where imagination, analytics, and technology come to play. I make sure I understand your users and guide their experience, leaving them with the very best impression of your service and brand.

Relevant projects:

Pervasive Media Studio


"Invaluable experience and an inherent design confidence."