Meet the team
Combining knowledge and skill with a focus on achieving measurable results, Touchpoint Design’s creative team works as an extension of your organisation.
Sue studied for her degree in Graphic Design at Bath Spa University, graduating in 1993. She went on to work for Duncan Baird Publishers, for five years, before becoming a co-owner and director of the London-based communications agency Sage Associates, leaving in 2006 to set up her own company.
Sue has extensive experience of working on projects for a broad range of brands, including BP, The Science Council, King’s College London, Bath Tourism Plus, and the Centre for Science Education. Sue designs for both print and digital media.
Georgia graduated from Falmouth University with a degree in Graphic Design. After travelling around South America, Georgia landed in London, working at global design agency Dragon Rouge, working mainly on identity and print. She left in 2017 to join Touchpoint Design, bringing with her fresh ideas and a thirst for knowledge in all things digital.
Ian studied Multimedia Technology and Design at the University of Kent, specialising in web and user experience, graduating in 2004.
Ian constantly studies the latest trends, programming languages and technologies. He believes that developers need to have a strong awareness of design, usability, information architecture and SEO.
Before working for Touchpoint Design, Neill worked in the International division of PRS for Music, in the ever changing world of music royalties. There he managed a team that was focussed on improving ways of bringing in global revenue for it’s 70,000 members and building great business relationships in over 50 overseas territories.
Neill graduated with a degree in fine art from Bath Spa University and still continues to paint and exhibit his work regularly, you can see his work here. Neill’s role in the company is administrative support and marketing.
Judy graduated from University College London in 1993 with a degree in English Language and Literature. She became Associate Editorial Director at Duncan Baird Publishers, where she worked for ten years. She left in 2003 to set up her own freelance writing and editing business, offering a full range of editorial solutions for publishers, businesses and charitable organisations. She has worked on magazines, books and ebooks on subjects as diverse as cultural history, celebrity retrospective, science, health, well-being and cookery and for clients ranging from global brands and educational institutions to independent book packagers and international publishers.
Positive impact in every sector
Innovation. Creative. Third sector. Heritage and tourism. These are the areas we’ve developed a particular specialism for; where we’ve repeatedly demonstrated our ability to create a positive impact through design.