A little bit about b creative branding…
I’m Ian Bonner, a graphic designer specialising in brand identity and graphic design, situated in South Essex.
I work mainly in branding and design for print. This includes brand identity, stationery, namestyles, logos, posters, brochures, flyers and leaflets, etc.
I started the business in 2010, after working in design and reproduction. During my career I have worked for clients such as Tag, the European Union, Hoover, Sony Playstation and Asprey’s. I have also worked for titles such as FHM, New Scientist, Zoo and many other publications in the reproduction industry.
When you work with me you’ll find that I only take on two projects at any time. This allows me to put everything into my projects.
“I found Ian’s knowledge and experience within graphic design comforting throughout the whole process and the end results were beyond what we had imagined.”David Skipper, Greendrop
and a bit about me…
Sometimes we forget that there is someone actually communicating with us on the other side of our computer screen. Well here I am!
When I’m working I usually have my rescue dog, Bono, at my feet. I adopted him through a charity called K-9 Angels. They rescue dogs from Romania and the meat trade, and then put them up for adoption. The work they do is amazing and I cannot praise them enough. I have to tell myself sometimes that whatever happens during my day can’t be as terrible as what these animals have to endure. He keeps my feet on the ground, along with my partner Jules of course!
Animal welfare does play a big part of my life and I try to do what I can to highlight issues close to my heart. If you are a trophy hunter, abattoir owner, or spray acid in a rabbits eyes to see if lipstick suits us then read no further.
“I liked the fact that throughout the project the line of communication was brilliant. He has an ability to narrow down options which helps you get to the heart of your goal.”Tracey Morrison, E17 Gymnastics
So what do you think?
If you require a graphic designer and would like to chat to me to discuss a possible project then please don’t hesitate to get in touch. I may be able to improve your brand or help you with a problem.
I need to clarify at this point that I do not, under any circumstances, accept spec work. Many designers do. I don’t.
I have no problem discussing this with you but please be forewarned my stance won’t change, and I don’t want to offend you. If you would like to know more about spec work and how it is affecting the design industry then please take a look at this website.
So, please email me or call me on +44 (0)7876 502 394 and let’s work together.
Thank you for dropping by.