Trowbridge firm with designs on thanking its clients
5:00pm Saturday 8th March 2014 in News
A Trowbridge-based graphic design firm, Ninepoint Design Consult- ants is marking almost 20 years in business by celebrating with the customers who have helped make it a success and by launching a new website.
The firm was founded by Justin Folker 19 years ago and has worked with clients in the South West as well as national organisations such as the School Food Trust, Royal Institute of British Architects, the NHS and the National Osteoporosis Society.
Work for the latter was unexpectedly given international exposure when its design for the National Osteoporosis Society was seen world-wide.
Mr Foulker explained: “It was seen around the world as it appeared behind Prince Charles and Camilla when they had their first public kiss,”
He studied graphic design at Salisbury College of Art before working for two large South West design agencies.
He said Ninepoint had built a loyal client base, through the team’s ability to provide creative solutions on time and on budget.
The launch event on Thursday, February 27, was a chance to celebrate the partnerships and build new ones and was held at Bath’s Victoria Art Gallery, which has commissioned Ninepoint to produce publicity material for many of its exhibitions over the past 20 years.
The firm has also worked with artist Peter Brown, or “Pete the Street” – exhibiting work at during the launch party.
The firm’s new website - www.ninepoint.co.uk allows the team to update information showing new projects and a much larger portfolio of work to a range of clients.
Justin, who is 44 and lives in Trowbridge with his wife, Nicola and daughter, Nell, added: “Technology has helped us improve efficiency. Work can be sent electronically and clients can now be kept up to date within the blog section of the site.”
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