The company's not called'Liv Design' for nothing
It’s all about the passion for design. Why no ‘e’ in Liv I hear you ask? Think Led Zeppelin without the ‘a’. I didn’t want people calling it ‘Live’ (as in ‘Alive’) Design so I dropped the ‘e’. Plus it’s good to have a little character and standout.
From a young age I was fascinated by design; the almost magical art of creating something for nothing, to design something as if from nowhere. I still get excited now when I see packaging on shelf or a brochure when it’s finished and printed.
Years of design experience
I’ve worked in the design industry for over 20 years (23 if we’re counting!) working with some of the largest companies and brands during my career including Molson Coors, Center Parcs, GSK, ICI, Triumph, Yamaha, Whitbread, ICI, Aldi, Thorntons and McDonald’s, to name a few.
Twelve years ago I decided it was time to do something different so I set up Liv Design.
During that time I’ve worked in many sectors including retail, automotive, leisure, food and drink, pharmaceutical and retail, and designed pretty much everything:
- Advertising and promotional campaigns
- Point of sale
- Packaging and new product development
- Brochures, prospectuses and catalogues
- Exhibitions and instore merchandise
- Websites and interactive digital media
- Retail environments
- Visualisation and concept development
Why choose Liv Design?
I hope to inspire customers and clients alike with eye-catching, thoughtful and effective creative. During my time as Creative Director of Liv Design I’ve built up a number of clients who trust my skills, value my thoughts and trust me.
You will always receive a quote for work first. There are no hidden costs. My overheads are low and these prices are passed on to you.
You will always work with me. On larger projects I might work with other creative specialists, depending on the type of project, but I will still be your contact. Simple, organised and straight forward.
My place or yours? I can work from my studio or at yours. These days location isn’t a factor and less driving means less pollution for the planet.