Design is important, but other areas of expertise are needed to bring great design to life and get it in front of the right people. I work with a team of people who I trust to do their job as well as I do mine. This is the team:

Del Cruft

Creative Director

As the creative lead on every project, I draw on 20 years graphic design experience covering a multitude of disciplines such as, advertising and marketing, promotional design and branding. I'm also an experienced front-end developer in HTML and CSS which helps ensure that my websites look and work exactly as intended.

As owner and project manager, I look after client relations and handle a variety of projects on a daily basis. I act as quality control for all projects overseeing creative and development work.

I have also been a visiting lecturer at University Centre Stamford, since 2009, teaching HND, FDA and BA (Hons) in Graphic Design.

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Neil Solomon

Web Developer

Neil has 25 years industry experience, working with various agencies in and around London and Cambridge, providing cutting edge technical and web-specific solutions for a wide range of clients including Bauer Media, Papworth Hospital and News on the Block. Neil has vast experience of projects ranging from Wordpress customisation to full bespoke CMS and ecommerce solutions. He has also played a major role in the design and development of our own LinkSites Website Package.

Anna Forgaard

Marketing Consultant

With 25 years experience as a marketeer, Anna has worked in the wine, media and retail industries, across mail order, events, launches, acquisition, retention, partnerships and consultancy, within some of the best companies in their field.

It is this wide experience across multiple fields which brings the most value to her clients.

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Think Digital Print


Think Digital are a small, friendly and happy team of print experts and a super-duper press, based in Oakham, Rutland but working for clients all over the country. From the smallest print runs to the most complex and creative briefs, they can do it.

Think Digital Print