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01 Sep 2008
31 Jul 2008
In this weeks Chichester Observer newspaper you’ll find an interview with Chichester Design customer and local ecopreneur Martin Clack. Martin talks to Observer reporter Clare Hawkin about how watching his garden die from lack of rain turned him into eco-warrior/inventor producing his innovative water saving device – the ‘Droughtplug’.
In-keeping with Martin’s ethos of keeping business sustainable by using local suppliers where possible, Martin selected Chichester Design and it’s talented associates to create not only an effective brand for the Droughplug but also the packaging design, pack shot photography, e-commerce website powered by Google Checkout buttons and search engine …Read more
14 Jul 2008
This new Foundation Degree in Graphic Design aims to
prepare students for a career in the design industry
either working within an agency, going free-lance as a
graphic designer or joining an in-house design team.
Based at the University of Chichester’s Bognor Regis
Campus, this course is the result of a unique
collaboration between the University, with its record of
high quality Fine art provision, and the South Coast
Design Forum – an organisation run for and by designers
on the Sussex coastal strip.
The programme is very practical, providing experience of
working to client briefs in a realistic industry …
26 Jun 2008
Yet another Chichester Design customer is in the media spot light. Professor Pamela Howard from Selsey is to receive an OBE for her services to drama. Professor Howard has been in the business of designing theatre sets, directing performances, educating aspiring thespians and curating exhibitions for more than 40 years.
Congratulations Pamela from all of us at Chichester Design!Read more
12 Jun 2008
Our job satisfaction is seeing our clients businesses thriving assisted by our designers skills…
Sam & Janet Mahoney came down from London and have set up one of Chichester’s finest restaurants, and a serious delicatessen to match.
Hidden away in Baffins Court – just off St John’s Street, Chichester, you’ll find the Field & Fork 22-seater restaurant on one side, and the Field & Fork deli with home-made produce and local meats, cheeses, vegetables and fruit on the other all backed up with a strong brand image.
Read the review featured in the Portsmouth News …