Freelance Graphic Design

Why do you need good design?

Good design is good communication. Graphic design can help you to communicate your ideas with your audience more effectively and to share your values more easily. The world is increasingly visual – and good design is the key to standing out from the crowd and impressing your audience both online and offline.

My Approach

With a background in marketing and strategy, I enjoy helping my clients wherever I can. By fully understanding your business, I can work with you to create the perfect creative solution, designed to help you achieve goals and get real results.

Why work with me?

I’m a flexible and creative freelancer and I pride myself on being easy to work with and on delighting my clients. I’m comfortable working collaboratively with businesses large and small, and I enjoy solving creative problems to make your life easier. I am constantly upgrading my own knowledge, learning the latest tools and techniques to help your designs shine, perform effectively and stay ahead of the game.

Design Portfolio


“Working with Alistair has been a really positive experience.

“He is flexible, conscientious and responsive, and has a broad range of skills from graphic design and copywriting to marketing and public relations.

“He made a big difference to our sport’s participation campaign.

Dan Selinger
Head of Student Communications
University of Oxford

“It was a pleasure working with Alistair – we found him positive, quick to communicate and full of ideas to drive the project forward in the required timeframe.

“He brought creative energy to the project, took the time to understand our brand, and welcomed our ideas, suggestions and feedback from design to delivery.”

Bethan Morgan
Director of Civil Contingencies
Staffordshire Prepared

“Working with Alistair was a fantastically rewarding process as he was able to realise the vision for an exciting new fundraising campaign for sport – and greatly improve on it!

Great under pressured timescales and a joy to collaborate with.”

Heather Brickell
Development Officer for Sport
University of Oxford

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