Stop Shuffling Just Deal

If you hold the best hand in a card game you
don't gamble, you invest. So the game is all
about making your hand as strong as possible.

Good design can strengthen your business.

To employ a designer is to invest in communication.
My job is to find out what you are trying to say, then
figure out the most effective way to relay that message
and make it resonate with your customers.

There's no need to gamble. Make sure your message gets through.

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Recent Work

HellHound, a local artisanal micro-brewery - branding and bottle labels. Kaplan International Colleges - English language idiom illustrations Groomers Xmas Product Range UAE Touch logo & identity My Life as a Cartoon - Graphic design comic books Vol 1 & 2, available to buy through Lulu. Incense Stick hexagonal box packaging.

Logo Design & Corporate Identity • Design for Print (Brochures, Leaflets, Advertising) • T-Shirt Illustration

Please browse through my portfolio to see the work I have completed in the past, and visit my blog to see what I've been up to recently. If you have a project that you would like to discuss, feel free to contact me.

Who's Ken?

Ken Reynolds

Based in Ipswich, Suffolk, UK

I work in-house for a number of print companies giving me experience in screen, litho and textile printing. I’ve been designing since 1999, commercially since 2004.

To create my work I use: Illustrator, Photoshop & InDesign. I also use pens, pencils and paper. However my most important asset sits upon my shoulders and is topped with a rapidly decreasing amount of hair.

I’m always looking for new clients to work with and interesting projects to work on.

My Creative & Business Processes

Below is a list of past blog articles that might help you to understand how I work, and why you might benefit from employing a designer.

What is Graphic Design?

How much does GOOD design cost?

My Design Process - Seven Acres Logo

The importance of a design brief

Why you need a design contract

Is design becoming invisible?


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