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Meet Jamie our Digital Designer

by Thompson Brand Partners

Meet Jamie, our digital designer who used to be in a punk band that toured England!

  • What have you been doing before joining TBP?

    Before joining Thompson I studied Motion Graphics at the University of Huddersfield and worked with What Creative through my placement year and final year.

    What’s the most valuable piece of information you’ve taken away from Uni?

    The more work you put in, the more you’ll take away from the whole experience. Meet as many people as possible and get inspiration from areas and individuals that you wouldn’t normally have considered.

    What has been the best part of joining TBP?

    Being surrounded by so many talented people from different backgrounds. Coming from a company that specialised in digital design, it’s also nice to be around people that are more print-focused, bringing in a whole new area of inspiration. It’s also nice to work along side some industry veterans who have been part of the design scene longer than I’ve been alive!

    What’s been your most memorable project?

    My favourite project to date was the Penspen website . It was the project that introduced me to the Thompson team and the whole thing ran so smoothly. The outcome really reflected how well we all worked together.

  • What do you do when you get stuck on something?

    I take a minute, drink some coffee and come back to the problem with a clear mind. I find it really useful to put some initial ideas down in my sketch book too so I have a starting point. There’s nothing more daunting than a blank canvas so I always put something down as quick as I can.

    What’s the most exciting thing about the digital/creative industry?

    Digital is one of the fastest evolving industries in the world and keeping up to date is pretty hard but rewarding. Designing for new devices and using new technology means thats I’ve always got new things to learn.

    Finally, if you weren’t a Digital Designer, what do you think you would be doing?

    I’d like to think i’d be in a band constantly touring, or a sound engineer at a little local gig venue. Realistically though, I’d probably be back in my hometown working as an electrical engineer (that very nearly happened!).

    Here’s some examples of Jamie’s personal work:

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    A video posted by Jamie Moore (@jamiemoore89) on

  • E #motiongraphics #aftereffects #2d #cut #E

    A video posted by Jamie Moore (@jamiemoore89) on

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