Visualised is a petite creative design studio based near London. Offering a broad range of services from simple on-site illustration to fully developed Photoshopped products and concept visualisations.
What makes Visualised different from design agencies?
"Visualised creates sharp designs for quick feedback".
This means you can get more accurate responses to ideas at a fraction of the cost, making it easier to brief in for final production.
Visualising, designing & helping to build the ideas of big blue chips & fresh new start up companies has been visualised's bread and butter for over 10 years.
Working with several innovation companies and across a broad spectrum of categories from snacks to finance, technology to healthcare, and toys to luxury goods across the globe.
Visualiser, Founder of Visualised
In 2000 I graduated with a degree in Product Design from Central St Martins, London. During that course myself and my fellow classmate were volunteered for a one-off workshop with United Biscuits as visualisers / creatives. It was there that we learned how to capture clients ideas and help to build innovative ideas from strong platforms and fresh insights. We continued to work for UB between lectures developing our skills and learning more about FMCG, packaging and how to work in a professional manner.
After graduation I was picked up by a dot.com company called Red Hot Chilli. As an artworker and conceptual artist my role there was to create intuitive well laid out sites for the coders to work from. I learned how to create simple to use interfaces using the golden rules of graphic design. Inevitably I picked up the tools from the Adobe suite such as Photoshop and Illustrator. Mastering these tools more efficiently over the years I worked out how to produce fast effective concepts for consumers to react to.
In 2001 I joined Wowco. Wowco was a small innovation company based in the east end of London. Based in a former 'dog biscuit factory' we worked as a small team working on a wide range of big clients including Britvic, Premier Foods, Unilever and Bass to name but a few. One of our key USPs in terms of what we produced were long panoramic concept boards. These were a 'merged triptych' encompassing a mood story + written concept + 3D product visual. They were a great deliverable for the client and really captured the essence of the product story.
I carried on my role as a freelancer in 2004 (for a short spell) where I also worked on my first print design job on 'for goodness shakes'.
In September I accepted a job with?Whatif! a much larger innovation company. Over my 5 years at Whatif I have never stretched so far it terms of making things real. Traveling across the globe I've made it my prerogative to find faster, visually engaging, cost effective ways to bring things to life...
....and here we are!".