Design & Strategy

What we do.


Our work is built upon a strategic approach, and like any strategic approach, design strategy is a collaborative method for creating a master plan that governs your business tactics.

We have discovered that implementing a planning stage before we begin designing reduces overall costs, and produces the most relevant results.


Once we have identified the core business issues, we then look at the various ways that we can address it through transformative, effective design.

This can be anything from a piece of delightful motion, to a key piece of branding, an upgraded experience journey for your customers or improving your company culture and internal communications.

However, these are all separate tactics, and unless they are all working towards the same master plan, their effectiveness diminishes.

If you would like to know more about how we can help your business give us a call: +353 (0) 21 229 1701  or email us at:


We bridge the gap between the business of design and the design of business.

It’s only then that we can create truly creative, captivating and engaging ideas that work in the real world.


Our key services are outlined below.


Design Strategy & Discovery

Strategic design discovery is a problem-solving approach that utilises design and critical thinking to correctly identify and successfully meet core business goals and objectives.


Communications Design

We produce captivating and effective visual communications for multiple channels and mediums, all designed to serve their intended purpose.


Experience Design

Experience design comprises the overall impact and effect that your communications, products and services provide.


Brand Positioning & Identity

The visual identity and positioning is the thread that connects all touch points between you and the end user; customers, clients, employees and partners.


Internal Communications

An internal company culture, and a reputation as an attractive, engaging place to work is elusive, it can’t be imposed or feigned, rather it has to develop organically.