A little bit about us…
As our name suggests we don’t do things by half measures at Double D Creative.
Headed by two Tom’s – Tom Dent and Tom Denton – our team of creatives have been delivering eye-catching and engaging campaigns for traditional and digital media since the doors opened in 2006. With a list of impressive clients we have built up a wide range of expertise across many different sectors – from selling burgers to saving lives.
We won’t try to dazzle you with ‘shared visioning’, ‘thought showers’ or skinny jeans but we will guarantee two things – clear-thinking creative without the designer price tag.
Meet the faces that make Double D tick…
Creative Director • Digital
Two things about Tom… When not tidying his desk Tom is the go-to-guy for anything web or digital related. In his spare time you’ll find him trying to cope with 2x small children, obsessively listening to 4 to the floor house music and feverishly gesticulating at 11 Mancunian men in red.
Creative Director • Print
Two things about Tom… In the same way as Jose Mourinho was widely acclaimed as the ‘Special One’ Tom is universally known as the ‘Other One’. He’s the man with the plan for traditional design and fantastic creative ideas. He’s also rather partial to a quick round of golf or 10.
Two things about Alex… as our senior designer Alex manages client briefs and projects as well as dealing with printers and suppliers. He’s also the office comedian and resident musician, a cross between David Brent and Sharleen Spiteri. He has also been known to throw a kettle over a pub.
Two things about Lilly… the newest member of the Double D Creative team Lilly works on a mixed variety of projects from design for print to digital graphics. She’s also rather partial to a spot of steak, chips and lashings of peppercorn sauce, all washed down with copious episodes of Geordie Shore.
Some of the latest work to roll off the production line, we’re quite proud of it…
Northern Grip is an annual mountain biking festival held in the North of England with 2016 marking its inaugural event.
Website for Feasters, a range of microwaveable snacks from Kepak Convenience Foods.
Logo, branding and website for a new startup or early stage business advice service called 'Teal'.
A4 brochure and website for Smylies to promote the processing and logistics side of their business
Smoove and Turrell
Website for Newcastle based funk and soul band Smoove & Turrell.
The Future Factory
Website for The Future Factory, a London-based new business consultancy.
Award winning creatives for The Grocer magazine for Rustlers.
Reports and brochures for the NCUB (National Centre for Universities & Business).
Series of adverts for print for their #TakeOffTheTape campaign in aid of mental health charity Mind.
What we do
We deliver eye-catching and engaging campaigns across traditional and digital media