I am here to translate your vision. Guided by beauty, simplicity, design, marketing and strategy.
Hi, my name is Nora and I love being of service. The projects I get involved with are all about helping you brand and communicate your offerings as the full expression of your service in the world. Creating solutions and systems that serve your to run your business and create the right experience for your customers.
My job is to translate your vision. Enhance it. Give it visual form. And support you in acquiring the confidence which comes from owning a brand and a website that serves your audience and communicates your business clearly and effectively.
Your capacity to capture the spirit of what I tell you is extraordinaire. You get me
A brief note to thank you for the logo. Needless to say I'm delighted with it, and thank you very much for producing such a subtle design which helps express both the physical and the aesthetic aspects of the circus.
We thrive by doing what we are here to do, and allowing others to support us. The wisdom you bring is unique and it is usually mirrored in the heart of your business. Your input will be cherished, valued and appreciated.
We may also include in your project some of my wonderful collaborators. Meet them here, the people that I am honoured to work with.
I arrived in England from my native Argentina with basic English, a ‘foreign’ Graphic Design Degree and portfolio and a lot of gumption and intention. I decided to enrol in a Masters Degree at Chelsea College of Art so that I could improve my English amongst other creatives, access the College’s Apple Macs with a computer technician on tap, use the library as much as I wanted and oh yes, the course: Public Art and Design or design for public spaces. Loved it! Six months into my second year my project was selected to be installed at Westminster & Chelsea Hospital as part of the innovative Arts for Health programme.
On completion of my Masters I got a job at Procter & Gamble’s in-house Design Studio. For the next 15 years I freelanced at P&G. It was the best way to immerse myself in the fast paced world of corporate culture. I also worked for many UK Design Agencies and Studios freelancing on long and short-term projects.