Mount’s design department began by specialising in designing posters, books and print material for artists, writers and creative organisations.
Mount’s chief designer Jennifer has over seven years professional graphic design experience, and she is also a writer. It’s no surprise that books are her favourite thing to design. Her specialism are image-rich art and poetry books and magazine-style layouts, as well as essays, non-fiction, fiction and photo books.
Report and brochure design
Professional layouts that organise your information in easy-to-digest segments. Bold subheadings, charts, diagrams and pictures attract and keep the attention of busy journalists and media gatekeepers. Key passages are given greater visual presence, meaning that even casual readers can skim through and understand the pertinent information. Clear typefaces and visual content draw readers in.
Poster and flyer design
Eye-catching event posters: we have over seven years experience designing for arts events in particular and know how to reach target audiences.
Catalogues & information
Sleek design that organises your information making it easy to read. Jennifer studied The Role of the Curator under Mike Tooby at Bath Spa University, learning about how visitors to exhibitions engage with the works on display and how important the visual design, typography and labelling is to the way the exhibition is interpreted.
We take what we’ve learned from designing for art and culture organisations and apply it to campaign marketing to produce truly innovative and stand-out marketing materials.
- Jenny Ragget, Transport for New Homes
The design of our report was as essential part of getting our message across and achieving a real media buzz. The visual layout was professional and eye-catching. The images and colourful headings helped attract journalists to read and give national press coverage to planning and transport, two subjects that otherwise might be seen to be too technical. Key political figures and governing bodies have taken note of our findings and Transport for New Homes is now working towards meaningful change at government level.
- Christopher Bucklow
Thank you very much for all the work you did on the books. They look great.