The North East is home to a thriving Creative Digital and Tech sector, the fastest growing region outside of London. The sector is made up from an exciting and diverse range of organisations that have come together to create One Region, One Sector, One Statement to highlight the incredible businesses and ultimately inspire the next generation of talent and investment.
Imagine being chosen to pose for the cover of Vogue magazine? Well that’s what it felt like when world renowned paper manufacturer Fedrigoni invited JUMP to submit a design for their celebrated Fedrigoni 365 book. More importantly, we were the only North East agency to submit a piece of original artwork.
Handmade art and design is a celebration of the power of the human hand and eye. JUMP champions craft and creativity in this digital age and is driven by a love of physical materials. The hands-on approach has had a huge revival in the design world; screenprint, letterpress, woodblock, embroidery, ceramics and paper craft have become commonplace in graphic design, branding and advertising.
'New year, new me' is something that we hear every time a new year rolls around. But for us lovers of all things aesthetic, a new year is also a great time for new and beautifully designed diaries, calendars and stationery to come into our lives. Check out the influx of desk calendars entering our studio this 2018.
Nirvana Europe helps to organise 100 events annually and have over 110,000 clients, planning and executing bespoke travel, accommodation and logistical arrangements to spectators of events spanning the globe. JUMP have recently finished a refresh of the brand, redesigning the front and back end of the site.
A brand is the outward facing representation of the personality of a business and is an incredibly important tool to any successful business. By using a strong brand, a customer can identify you, develop trust and build positive associations. A 'brand' is built on expectation and experience.
A font is simply a set of characters that are styled using typefaces. The difference between a font and a typeface is often confused, but essentially a font is what describes a set of characters together and a typeface is the family of coordinating designs and weights that are used.