Philip Gwynne

A multi-disciplinary graphic and web designer.

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About me.

Based in Stockton-on-Tees in the North East of England, I have over 10 years of commercial experience designing for print and web. I’ve helped organisations of all sizes and industries achieve better results by crafting eye-catching, effective and engaging design solutions.

Originally from Durham, I studied at Sunderland University where I graduated in 2008 with a BA (Hons) Graphic Design degree. After graduating, I began freelancing and landed various design jobs before joining CPI as Lead Designer, where I currently lead their very talented in-house design team.

Over the years I’ve worked for a huge range of companies from small start-ups and large corporates, to local councils, sole traders, charities and SMEs – all from a diverse range of industries. Clients include large corporates Unilever and Tata Steel, musician and activist Mike Park, specialist care and support provider Careline Lifestyles, the non-profit Plea for Peace Foundation, the UK Government’s High Value Manufacturing Catapult, and footwear specialist Scorpio Shoes to name a few.

When working on a project, I ensure a collaborative process is maintained with the client at all times, closely involving them from start to finish. I help the client get to the heart of what they require from their design, then use my skills to craft a solution that meets their business goals. Through my expertise in branding and identity, print design, web design and front-end development, I’m able to ensure clients’ brands and projects are brought together in a cohesive and consistent fashion across all media.

Who I’ve worked with.

These are some of the organisations I've been lucky enough to work with.

Centre for Process Innovation
Inspired Homes
Durham County Council
High Value Manufacturing Catapult
Procter and Gamble
Enterprise Europe Network
Brunel Spire
Careline Lifestyles
Purple Creative Studio
NKA Public Affairs

“We approached Philip with a view to develop a brand identity for a new division of the business. The process was made simple and straightforward.”

– Nick Kemp, Development Director, Inspired Homes