An agency environment is very fast paced and requires you to use your creative brain day in day out, but do you ever find you’re struggling for inspiration or stuck in a bit of a design rut? It’s completely normal and every creative experiences the occasional day like this, which is why it’s good to keep your eye on the latest design trends. Continue Reading →
Hand drawn typography has become a popular art form in recent times, as the use of handmade has become more desirable. Hand drawn letter forms inject a playful and fun personality into our lives and can be used in a variety of design disciplines: editorial illustration, sign making, publishing, online, packaging and even large advertising campaigns. Continue Reading →
Right it’s time for some good old fashioned self appreciation. 2016 has been pretty awesome for Fluro so far. We had 4 nominations at the RAR awards earlier in the year (although no win!). We were then ranked no15 in the Drums Design Census 2016 based on client satisfaction and only last week listed as one of the top 25 Independent agencies in the country (under 25 staff)! Phew!
Other highlights include the design of the National Film & Television Schools Gala Ball, a complete brand overhaul and suite of 6 websites for leading clinical diagnostics group; Novacyt, and a quirky trio of illustrated animations for procurement software platform; Geneus.
We are really proud of our achievements to date and rest assured with some exciting new additions to the already fab team, will be pushing harder on all fronts next year!
If you would like to work with a no-nonsense creative team, hungry to help then give us a shout!
I am about to go into my final year at Newcastle University, and have therefore naturally started to construct a picture of my future outside the bubble of university. I have always envisioned myself working within a creative sector, where I can combine my degree in English Literature, with my art foundation. So, when I was given the opportunity to be an intern at Fluro, I was extremely excited!
The life of an intern is much like the creative process of ‘design thinking’. It’s all about empathising with your target audience, so that you can develop innovative ways of selling yourself and standing out in a highly competitive, ever-changing world.