Does your design work strengthen and reinforce your brand? As a design agency, we often encounter companies whose design work has drifted over time. Work created in a hurry, a change of team, or a lack of brand strategy can mean the design work no longer supports the long term goals of the business.

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At a dozen eggs, we ensure all the design material we create – whether it’s a brochure, exhibition displays, or digital marketing – extends a brand. We use design to ensure your audience understands your brand’s personality. Often, establishing how the design can develop over time in order to continue to attract your customers. If you are interested in speaking to us about graphic design, please get in touch.

Fran Collins is brilliant! She was our main contact and came in to many meetings to help consult with us over what we needed. She was very professional with feedback and changes we wanted to make especially as this project involved a number of different people.

Katherine McFarthing, Mac-Nutrition

Incredible design – I am gobsmacked at how perfect it is and cannot stop looking at it – just phenomenal!

David Citron, Life Coach and speaker

We have been working with Jo & Fran for just under a year now and they have to be the most polite and helpful people we know! Nothing is ever too much trouble and they are always enthusiastic about creating exactly what you want. You can rely on them 100% to go beyond the call of duty. We would certainly recommend them to other businesses and have thoroughly enjoyed working with them.

Charlotte Voss & Naomi Shefford, Shoe Zone

A refreshed approach to design work can often elevate your brand. Using a branding agency to produce brochures, social graphics and templates will ensure your brand isn’t forgotten about. Small pivots in communication could be all you need to keep relevant and fresh.

Brilliant – captured the heart of what we wanted to communicate and delivered in a very impressive timescale. We didn’t have time for running through multiple proposals; a dozen eggs came up something that we loved first time round.

Jez Cromie, Open Heaven Church

a dozen eggs produced an identity and printed card. As well as web hosting banners for an important one of a kind prize for the Royal Society of Portrait Painters. They also produced a folded flyer/poster for a new programme designed by myself and run through the School of the Arts at Loughborough University. At all times Fran and Jo were responsive and communicative regarding initiating design. Chasing up for information and producing rough visuals. As a design agency they also supervised the final print run. All outcomes were used heavily over the following months and both initiatives proved to be highly successful!

Alastair Adams, President of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters

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