UK graphic design company, ActuallyWeDo, have bucked the trend of start-up failures, and this month celebrate their first year in business.
Business partners Terry Holman and Peter Thompson pride themselves in delving beneath the surface of a design brief and have the experience and qualifications to deliver outstanding design work for small businesses and large corporations alike.
With an ever-growing client list, ActuallyWeDo consistently create unique and engaging designs that pack plenty of visual impact. In a world which often looks for a quick-fix and corner cutting, ActuallyWeDo continues to promote the important role of considered design that meets both an audience and clients expectations and helps in driving businesses and the economy forward.
ActuallyWeDo publishes a monthly blog post
, a channel that allows them to share their voice on industry topics and provides feedback on many areas of interest for both businesses and designers alike. May's post 'Professional Design Makes a Difference in Tough Times' explains the value of professional design in triggering business growth and the importance of understanding that individual design requirements should always be developed in consideration of a wider brand context.
With the face of graphic design changing almost daily, ActuallyWeDo continue to keep in touch with all the latest developments in print and digital design and look forward to many more years serving the UKs business communities.
Designer and co-founder Terry Holman says "We are pleased to have had the privilege to support some really nice clients in our first year, it has allowed us to make a positive impact on the exposure of their businesses and to build strong relationships that we hope will allow us to grow alongside them. Its a very difficult time for businesses but its also a very exciting time for the future of technology and the channels available for bringing businesses in to the limelight; we are certainly staying positive towards the year ahead".
For more about ActuallyWeDo and to get them involved on your next project please visit their website at: www.actuallywedo.co.uk
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