I'm Paul Ashby, a London-based designer & developer with bags of experience and loads of delighted customers.
I love to develop websites, interactives & games. I also design all sorts – identities, exhibitions, brochures, annual reports.
My clients range from small business start ups to the giants of the FTSE 100.
‘Paul created an identity for Active Health Partners that perfectly reflects our core values. We worked together to produce a comprehensive range of promotional material that became a vital tool for explaining our services and winning new clients.’
Haakon Overli, Non Executive Director, Active Health Partners
‘When we switched to Primitive for the Guards Polo Club Yearbook, the transition was absolutely seamless. This was thanks to Paul's enthusiasm and professionalism.’
Charles Stisted, Chief Executive, Guards Polo Club
‘Paul is outstandingly creative and a pleasure to work with. I cannot praise his talents or his attitude highly enough.’
Des Kelly, Daily Mail columnist and Executive Media Consultant for Hill and Knowlton PR. Former Deputy Editor and Head of Sport Daily Mirror
‘Working with Paul was a pleasure. He produced an annual report that fitted perfectly with the Corus brand... he approached the job with a friendly professionalism and added a spark that brought the figures alive.’
David Walton Masters, Executive Deputy Chairman, Corus & Regal Hotel Group
‘Paul paints with light. It's as simple as that’
Alan Armsden, Chief Executive Officer, Pacific Area Newspaper Publishers' Association
‘Paul’s special quality is to initiate really creative design ideas and to work tirelessly to execute them in perfect detail and to schedule. Working with him on two major book projects has been a great experience with fantastic results!’
Murray Mahon, Publisher, Meteor Press
‘Having spoken to Paul about how he works, I was really confident about giving him the job of branding our new training partnership. I knew he would approach the project with intelligence, thought and passion. I am very happy with the results.’
Cherry Potts, Revolution-Evolution
‘It’s good to deal with a designer who really listens to a brief and delivers that extra percent... Paul is a joy to work with. ’
Karen McGeoch, Communications Officer, Atlantic College
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This document was last updated on December 1, 2014