Junior is passionate about brand identity. Whether you're the biggest company in the world or the smallest start-up, the core principles are the same. We see the potential in every brief and have a track record of making brands noteworthy, engaging, and viable.
Known for distilling even the most complex offerings into beautifully simple websites, Junior understands that 'no-one reads anything' and that everyone values seamlessness, intuition and elegance.
Building a story in a simple yet elegant way across interwoven social platforms and blogs with stunning landing pages. Junior designs WordPress experiences that clients love to write on and users love to stick around on.
Junior art directs campaigns for a huge range of clients, realising thoughtful narratives with our network of trusted creatives.
With an extensive knowledge of coding, Junior builds portfolio and e-commerce platforms, provides technical strategy and designs uniquely tailored user experiences and navigation devices.
Junior has a detailed knowledge of the 'trust signals' and cross-selling techniques involved in online retail and constructs user-friendly e-commerce shopping platforms to showcase products in their entirety.
Expertly coding clean and scaleable WordPress for the likes of Ted Baker and Reiss since 2008. Every build is unique and has excellent out of the box SEO bringing your online business to the front. Junior does not believe in taking shortcuts when programming robust websites is involved.
Junior has created interiors for ghd's headquarters in Soho, Vivobarefoots flagship store in Covent Garden and a number of concessions in Selfridges. Working with a trusted network of mural artists, furniture makers and lighting designers each space is a unique embodiment of the brand and their values.
Everyone knows that you judge a book by it's cover. Junior has a created award winning packaging for clients including Ted Baker, GHD and Orla Kiely.
Junior has a trusted network of the greatest creatives in London and calls upon them to help execute campaign narratives everywhere from the warehouses of east London to the mountains of Inverness.