Solution Group is a creative studio delivering graphic and web design across multiple platforms. We design and develop brands across all media for our clients, audiences and ourselves.
We work with exciting organisations who want to make a difference to how their business is presented and experienced, through strong and memorable branding.
Our portfolio showcases our core studio strengths of brand identity, graphic design, web design, art direction, conceptual thinking and logistical excellence.
We can do just about everything to help you present your product or service to a wider audience. You might need a full corporate identity for instance an online presence, a film for your website or a beautiful bespoke illustration.
You’ll find examples of what we do and who we have worked with throughout our website.
If you’d like to talk about how we can help you, give
Pete or Jonny a call on
0191 477 9000
or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tyne & Wear,
0191 477 9000
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Working with external creatives from all media is an essential part of our studio. If you have amazing work to show us or want to collaborate with us on a project please get in touch here.
If you would like to work at Solution Group and have a great portfolio and attitude please send your CV and a link to your website here. We don’t recruit that often but we do keep all CV’s on file.
If you would like to do your work placement at Solution Group, you’re enthusiastic and know how to use a kettle please get in touch here.
England might not have actually managed to bring football home. But the football fans in Newcastle had a blast roaring them on at the World Cup 18 Fanzone, part of our work for the Live from Times Square team.
We designed all the graphics and supporting materials for the Fanzone from large screen surrounds to classic football shirt themed t-shirts for the bar staff, alongside a comprehensive social media campaign. We don’t need to tell you this as you will no doubt have seen it on Match of the Day accompanied by a throng of cheering fans throwing lager in the air. Funnily enough, the outdoor venue proved to be a very popular place to watch England’s run having a drink in the baking sun. Oh how we miss the summer…
Kromek Group plc is a leading developer of radiation detection solutions for applications in the medical nuclear and security screening markets. They came to us requiring the design and build of a website that needed to look great but handle the large quantity and complexity of their products.
Firstly we looked at developing the brand. We used a strong stylish colour way of yellow, black and grey which just screams DANGER, allied with strong, bold typography.
See the site here
Issue 3 of GNE music magazine has hit the newsstands. We love the test of designing the 48 page mag to very tight deadlines with last minute changes aplenty. There is always a fresh new band, amazing last minute gig announcement or a killer album the world just has to know about.
You’ll find them in all the usual pubs and coffee houses. It’s definitely worth picking one up. Not only for the frankly superb design work but it’s a great read for any discerning music fan.
JP Mauger are a high end builder based on the wonderful island of Jersey. Our brief was to design a luxury brand to differentiate them from their competition with a website that could work in harmony with and showcase the beautiful buildings they create.
The site has subtle moving imagery paired with stylish photography to create a stunning visual experience. A dream project working with amazing photography of amazing buildings. What’s not to love. Apart from not actually living in one.
Visit the site here
We were commissioned to design both print and digital communications to encourage the next generation of young composers to apply for places on this much in demand course. The campaign had to appeal to 18-25 year olds, a difficult to reach, discerning audience. Our solution was a sophisticated multi-layered visual campaign that echoes the creativity in the music making process.
Read more about the NYCGB here
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