Good design is effective visual communication,
it solves a problem.
It is built upon strategy + a creative approach
Rebekah di Palma
AS YOU MEAN TO GO ON
Are you a start-up looking to stand-out? Do you want
a brand strategy to match your ambition? I specialise
in helping you get it right from the get-up.
Let’s go create together!
YOUR CREATIVE GAME
Is your in-house team looking for an add-on team player that can step-in and step-up when you need them? With over a decade of experience supporting awesome in-house studio’s and boutique design agencies, I pride myself on helping out, meeting deadlines whilst creating on-point design solutions.
TOGETHER WE MAKE A DIFFERENCE
I provide competitive rates for Charity In-house Teams like the San Fransisco Aids Foundation, YMCA, Breast Cancer Care and The Light Box. I started my career working at Cancer Research UK design studio and take pride in continuing to support the Charity sector.
By doing what
you love, you inspire
and awaken the
hearts of others...
REBEKAH DI PALMA
I have over 15 years industry experience, backed up by my value for a creative and collaborative approach. I could tell you that I have designed for global brands, award-winning and Michelin starred restaurants (plus a Harrods Cafe), designed logos for start-ups, developed brand-strategies, re-energised existing identities and 'name-drop'. But that isn't really my style.
I help people realise their visual strategy by turning that into a communication; whether it be a logo or brand development, print campaign, website, graphic facilitation or an illustration.
I do this by implementing my unique creative approach
and a collaborative process. It is personal and tailored to fit your brief.
I design for people with people in mind. I design with people that believe in creativity and whom value good design. I am proud of my diverse client list and varied skillset. I take pride in creating for the Charity sector, supporting a variety of in-house design teams and my success in establishing beautiful brands from start-up.