Our business is built on a great reputation, strong working relationships and word-of-mouth recommendations. Our core principles are to provide great quality service, regular communication, timelydelivery and competitive pricing, because we want your business to thrive and because we love what we do.
Headed by Braunton based Rob Sumner, North Devon Design are a small team consisting of Graphic Designers and Web Developers, working closely with photographers, Copywriters, Marketing experts and SEOanalysts. Rob began his career in design and marketing back in the late 80's.
Jon Ireland is the Creative Director of Flying Kite. In 2000, Jon graduated from Sheffield University with a BA in Business Studies and later went on to earn a post-graduate diploma from the Instituteof Direct Marketing (PG Dip IDM). For over 15 years, Jon has worked in marketing, communications and fundraising, with the last 10 years at Flying Kite. Jon's career experience combines the best in business communications, design and charity fundraising.
Set up in 1982 as a Prontaprint Barnstaple franchise the business was purchased by Managing Director Steve Evans in 1998. From a standard Photocopying shop the business has grown into a forwardthinking dynamic Design and Printing operation offering the most up to date printing services. Our primary goal is customer satisfaction and many of our clients have been with us for the last 30 years because as their businesses have changed, so have we.
I try to make all my graphic design work as CREATIVE as possible using a range of techniques and professional programs including Photoshop, Cinema 4D and Corel. Creative artworking has always been myhobby and my passion. From starting at a young age, I have developed to use all the latest technology to produce truly outstanding and unique pieces of art.
Barnstaple Devon / North Devon, UK / An integrated marketing & design agency focused on creating innovative ideas that work. Logo, branding, websites, advertising, vehicle graphics Different isn'tbetter...better is better.