Over the years Fink Creative have supplied a wide range of Graphic Design services and solutions to a diversity of clients and industry sectors in and around the Cambridge area.
But the words Graphic Design Cambridge really don’t show the true variety of work and clients that Fink Creative has had the privilege of working on and with over the past 13 plus years. With work and clients ranging, for example, from a new branding for the Cambridge University Student’s Union to the localisation of Bethesda’s latest international video game release. Or from the design of a new fitness App User Interface for Peak to the creation of a series of new brochures for local and international medical supplier Ambu.
Many of the clients are names that you might know and see on the high street or television and this range of clients, projects, skills and sectors is ever expanding and it is this variety that keeps Fink Creative fresh and looking forward to what challenge the next new project or client will bring. And whatever the new work the skills and passion remain the same, with Finkm Creative treating all projects with equal enthusiasm whatever the size or budget, working above and beyond in order to get the perfect solution for the individual clients needs.
Below you can view a selection of Fink’s creative solutions for a wide variety of local, national and international companies, charities and organisations. In addition you can filter the portfolio selection by service, sector and client allowing you to see the projects that are most relevant to you.
So, if you have a new project requiring a creative solution or fledgling idea that you want to discuss, then please get in touch for a chat and in the meantime, Happy Browsing.
“The team at Fink Creative were really great to work with. Their attention to detail, dedication, creativity and being able to keep calm and clear during what what a difficult project, was much appreciated. It really set them apart, for me, as an agency, and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend them to anyone.”