angie moyes / fuz / graphic design
Graphic design isn't just adding the latest bells and whistles. Graphic design is about creating the right rapport between you and your audience. So we take time to understand both you and your business to get the right brief from you, in order to create an approach that resonates.
We believe in communication by design.
Offering a wide range of skills and experience of exploiting the design capabilities, from print to web, means that you can be sure of an effective creative solution, whatever your business need. Working with dedicated associates whose skills range from PR, marketing and writing to building sites where you manage the day-to-day content, means that you get a complete solution.
Design of logos and online branding for new companies, products and services. Also reviewing identities for companies looking to re-position themselves.
Design for print
Take your newly designed logo and start creating your visual brand footprint. Add a colour palette, create a signature visual style with an image style and photography. Apply your visual brand to stationery, brochures, folders, leaflets, journals, ad campaigns and exhibition stands. We can recommend and talk to printers for you, or liaise with yours.
Design for PC
You'll need to use your newly designed logo day-to-day, so why not have it put into a Word template, PowerPoint presentation or an en e-zine?
Put your newly designed brochure along with your product into a nice box. We don't do this very often, but sometimes those in-house packaging designers don't love your brand as much as we do :)
Website and information design
We can help you with the structure, identify user journeys (UX), translating your new brand into a web presence. We build regular websites and content managed sites – if you'd like to be in complete control.
working wired :: the associates
We work on the premise that ‘the whole is greater than the sum of its parts,' with complementary skills, experience and capabilities.So we come together as a ‘virtual team' of two, three, or more when required, bringing in further expertise (photographers, information architects, website builders) when necessary.
Angie Moyes :: graphic and web designer
Judi Coe :: copywriter and communications/ PR consultant
Steve Henchley:: web developer for content management systems
Sarah Waterman :: copywriting and communication planning