Creative Vision

Creative Vision

Creative Vision locationLondon, London

(2 Reviews)

Creative Vision is a full service creative agency in London that puts brands back at the heart of businesses. Years of experience has taught us that creating and nurturing a strong visual identity builds more value in a business, and helps to attract the right audience.

Our multi-disciplinary team of designers, conceptual thinkers, web developers, copywriters and print specialists bring a heady mix of skills to our design, print and digital projects. In short, we understand the craft behind the creation to bring your ideas to life.

Creative Vision Reviews

Creative Vision Reviews


Review of Creative Vision by V Patel
5 14/07/2017 V Patel

Clever and imaginative when confronted even with a limited brief.

Review of Creative Vision by Jenny Hy
5 11/07/2017 Jenny Hy

I would like to thank you for your help, assistance and advice through this project. My colleagues and I are very happy with the branding, website and print work. We would like to thank you all for your hard work and for helping us get start our business on a good note. It was nice to collaborate with you and the rest of your team.

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Creative Vision Q&A

Creative Vision Q&A

What makes a great website?

Your website is your first digital impression and you want to make sure it’s a great one. It should reflect everything you want potential customers to know and remember about your business. To marketers and other business owners who have been around for a while, this is nothing new. Successful businesses are always trying to improve the quality of their websites to meet the needs of their users. Often times, people are visiting your website because they are seeking out something. You want to ensure that they are finding what they are looking for quickly and with ease. You may have the most amazing business model and offer extraordinary customer service, but with a poorly functioning website, you could miss out on a significant amount of business and ultimimately make a bad impression.

What questions might you ask a client when starting a new project?

1. What is the purpose, objective or goal for the project?
2. What is the project deadline?
3. How will you determine if the project is successful?
4. Has your team discussed who will be the main point of contact and how you will handle the feedback process?
5. Which are the preferred channels and modes of communication about the project?
6. What are the project's greatest assets?
7. What are the most important areas we should always focus on?
8. What barriers have you encountered in the past?

What information do you need from a client before you start work?

1. Can you tell me about your company?
2. What do you want to achieve with the design?
3. Who is your target audience?
4. What do you want us to produce?
5. What exists already?
6. What makes a design good?
7. What’s your budget?
8. What designs do you like?
9. What designs don’t you like?

What sorts of printing projects do you usually cater for?

1. Digital Printing (24 hours short run specialists)
2. Litho Printing
3. Wide Format Printing (Indoor & Outdoor)
4. T-shirt Printing

Describe your creative process.

1. In the preparation stage, it’s kind of like a “brainstorming” exercise: if you’re a writer, for example, this means looking at old pieces of work and trying to decide where to go from there. In “preparation,” this might feel like work, but you’re actually just trying to see what you can come up with. People usually have to do this anyway or else nothing gets done – the brainstorming might be slight, but it IS preparation for the next stage, which is incubation.

2. In step two, incubation, necessary connections are made in order to “lay” the idea – like when an egg is getting “incubated” and getting the heat it needs to turn into a full-blown chick. In this stage, you have the idea, but you’re just giving it some steam and energy in order for it to fully materialize.

3. Step three is illumination, which is in short, the “lightbulb” moment. This is the time when the puzzle of an idea has come together and there’s no stopping its influence from coming out in creativity. These moments sometimes happen at the most inopportune times, like when you’re nowhere near a canvas, a computer, or a piece of paper. For example, this is the moment for a writer when an idea just hits them and they need to grab a piece of paper in order to remember it. Illumination means seeing the light and the creative juice is flowing its best when this “eureka!” happens.

4. The last step of the creative process is implementation, which means that the idea has gone down on paper – in short, this is the “final product” stage of the creativity process. For example, this is when a writer records their idea for a story and actually gets to decide if it’s worth following through with.

What information do you need from a client before you can start work?

1. Can you tell me about your company?
2. What do you want to achieve with the design?
3. Who is your target audience?
4. What do you want us to produce?
5. What exists already?
6. What makes a design good?
7. What’s your budget?
8. What designs do you like?
9. What designs don’t you like?

What do you love most about your job?

I love having a voice. Our team listen to each other's ideas and work together to make our client's concept into reality. We all support each other and work together to offer creative feedback.

Why should our clients choose you?

There are lots of choices when it comes to design studios, print rooms and web design firms. What makes Creative Vision different? Why choose us? Here are a few of the top reasons we stand above the rest:

1. Our Listening Skills - We take the time to listen to your needs and understand your business to ensure our design solutions will be effective. We believe listening is the foundation to the design process and the key to a successful partnership.

2. Our Experience - You’ll have a veteran Designer and small team of experienced pros working on your account. We have more than 30 years combined experience in branding, print and web design.

3. Our Size - We’re a small design studio on purpose. Our goals are our clients’ goals. Every business is important to us and we are focused on developing a successful marketing relationship with each one.

4. Our Value - We offer what matters—quality and experience. Our pricing packages can be customized for your company’s unique needs. We deliver the highest value for your budget.

5. Our Relationships - We develop great long-term relationships with our clients. We want to be a partner in the long-term growth and success of your business.


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