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Web & Graphic design Manchester

Hello. Jon Drew of JD Graphics is a creative, multidisciplinary freelance web and graphic designer in Manchester, UK.

I have over 16 years commercial experience in web, print and identity design. As a multidisciplinary designer I am equally adept at web design and development as creating and artworking printed collateral. I aim to produce intelligent creative solutions that communicate clients' messages in a clear and precise manner.

I deliver coherent web and graphic design solutions on schedule and within budget across a wide range of media including, logos, brochures, stationery, web design and large scale graphics.

New Projects

There are 3 new project to view in the portfolio section of the site. I've had little chance to update the site in the last few months so here's just a small sample of what I've been working on.

Greens Restaurant is one of the leading vegetarian restaurants in the North West. Co-owned by Simon Rimmer I worked with Greens to update the design of their menus. The existing menus were tired and dated without any real direction. The new menus need to reflect Greens as a relaxed, informal but high quality place to dine whilst providing a consistent theme and voice. View the project here.

Adore Beachwear is a new e-commerce site specialising in women's swimwear.

The site has been live for a few weeks now and will be gearing up for a new range of swimwear and accessories for spring summer 2012. You can view the site here or view the project in the portfolio here.

I was commissioned by a focus group from the combined galleries and museums in Manchester and Salford. The result of this was the Fabric of Manchester name and Identity which will be used to promote a new product range to be sold in Manchester galleries. The product range will initially start with a range of greetings cards to be sold in around 15 Manchester based galleries, including the Manchester Art Gallery, The Jewish Museum and many more. View the project here