Sugarfree is a visual communications agency with a contemporary approach to designing screen-based and print media. We work with your organisation getting to know it inside and out and how your brand is perceived. Our knowledge of trends and influencers enables us to fine tune visual identities to chime exactly with how a brand needs to be perceived to be successful in a changing market place.
We influence the way people think and feel about your activities by developing handcrafted branding solutions, creating the images and writing the stories that establish your organisation’s values before a wider public. We re-define and build your profile to increase visibility, raise consciousness and retain interest from target audiences, supporters and stakeholders. We bring about the most significant results for our clients by appealing to new audiences and increasing revenue. Our Projects section carries a small selection of client case studies.
How we work
Sugarfree’s creatives maintain clear channels of communication with accurate scheduling and job estimation. Paul Vater, our Creative Director established the company more than twenty years ago and since then we have worked for the most demanding organisations as well as promising start-ups.
are fully independent. Our independence frees us up to work on your projects, offer more competitive rates,
maintain consistent account responsibility and offer clients the benefit
of our comprehensive experience without the
We apply an equal opportunities
employment scheme and our diverse team deliver results that directly
benefit our clients. It is what makes us such a good fit with many
different types of organisation.
Sugarfree has a dedicated team of designers, account handlers and marketing specialists. We have been in business for twenty-two years. There is little in terms of problem briefs that clients present that puts us off our stride. We have delivered where our expertise has been most needed and are very much design led.
We use the design process to solve the problems inherent within organisations. We do everything possible to equip them with what they need, to get them where they want to be. We create fresh, well-structured design solutions that if acted upon by the client as intended, will keep them ahead of the game.
We don't rely on passing trends or silly gimmicks in our quest to make our clients look and feel good. We work without the usual stimulants or additives that larger agencies are dependent upon to get their creative juices to flow. That's why we are Sugarfree.
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