in a nutshell: a really useful designer, creating unique visual footprints with purpose
When you come to Fuz, you of course get the design skills of Angie Moyes, delivering imaginative and professional work of the highest quality at very competitive rates, but also the potential of a virtual organisation of professionals based in and around Cambridge, who have been working together in various configurations for many years. Their core collective skills include writing, website development (bespoke and WordPress), project management and of course, information and graphic design – from print to web, so your message remains consistent to your customer across all media.
Angie has a rich grounding in information, graphic and web design, having worked in the field for more than 20 years. She has built an impressive client list including some large corporates and a number of small businesses, as well as agencies that employ her to work on diverse projects for their own clients. She has been involved in significant work for companies such as Abcam, Baker Hughes, BP, Cambridge Network, Cyrus, Grant Instruments, International SOS, Mission, One Paper Buildings, The Biochemical Society, Socia.
Originally Angie trained as an illustrator with a heavy interest in design and typography. However, the first job straight out of college (CCAT, now Anglia Ruskin University) changed the focus to information design, with start-up company Baddeley Associates (part of the Cambridge phenomenon) designing communication materials such as user guides, brochures, booklets. Following their merger with Sema Group, she was involved in strategic planning for corporate internal communication programmes. Wanting to change the focus away from a consulting role, a position was taken with Transart as Art Director — managing the studio and designing distance learning materials for pharmaceutical reps. After a respectable 6 years, a position with Mission as Senior Designer designing brochures and marketing materials for the prestigious Hi-fi company was just too tempting to resist. This was followed by New Media Factory as Senior Designer, to focus on new media, designing website architecture, navigation, page layout and online branding for corporate websites and intranets. In 1999 she heard the call of independence!
Angie is a member of the Chartered Society of Designers, and a proud Fellow of the RSA
- logos and identities 30%
- brochures and guides 50%
- websites 20%
- design partner 100%
What’s in a name?
Fuz … a nickname from school (the hair!), that is still used by my n/dearest!