Twentythree04 is a strategic brand and design company who make brands richer all across the UK. 

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Twentythree04 

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What our clients SAY

“We began working with Susie and twentythree04 design in June of this year. We wanted a fresh new feel to our corporate deck and a clear visual way of explaining who we are and what we do. The team have been amazing. Their approach to the challenge was engaging and collaborative, helping us to really draw out and understand our own USP’s. Susie helped us to really move our thinking forward and crucially created a way for us to simply and effectively represent our brand personality and who it is that we are. She has always felt like one of the team and the passion which she has already developed for us and our business is genuinely reflected in the high standard of output. Despite being put under very tight deadlines the team have been incredibly reliable and always gone the extra mile when we have needed it. We look forward to continuing to work with Susie and the team and are excited about the prospects of working together on further projects..”

Nicola Hobson

“Susie and her team were instrumental in their analysis of our brand.  Utilising 2304’s expertise and creative design skills we felt able to move forward; modernising our image and refreshing our brand to really showcase our skills and our people.
The changes we made were the foundations for real progress.”

Scott Garson

“URBAN eat has grown from a small, tactical sandwich brand to the UK’s number 1 since its launch. Having created the initial brand design in 2012, the innovative refresh in 2014 and again in 2017, Susie and her team at 2304 have been integral to this growth.

2304 place artistic creativity ahead of everything else so instead of the standard graphic design produced by other agencies they provide truly inspiring art, much of it based on hand drawn designs or natural materials. Their understanding of how to achieve cut-through on a crowded retail food shelf is superb and we continually receive positive feedback on the impact of our packaging designs from retailers and consumers alike. I would recommend 2304 to any FMCG brand, to bring real creativity to your design work and provide tools for getting more product in the consumer’s hands and especially to larger organisations looking to get more out of their budgets without sacrificing competency or artistry.”

John Want

“Sue and her team are very different from our experiences of other creative agencies. We have a very personal and hands-on working relationship with them. They’ve really got under the skin of our business and have a total belief and understanding in what we’re doing and what we’re trying to achieve for our brands. With their help, we are actually achieving it.”

Helen Stoddart

““We started working with Sue in 2007,  when she presented to our firm and was chosen to work on our rebrand. Our branding at the time had seen the firm through a very successful 26 years but needed refreshing and pulling everything together
to represent the firm we are to date.

Initially Sue spent a lot of time at Dodd & Co, getting to know the partners, talking to staff, finding out about the services offered and why we were successful and what set us apart from our competitors.

Being a large professional firm the whole rebrand, from initial concept, took around 12 months in planning to launch.

Sue created our “Know how” brand which gives us a strong identity and supports the firm’s ethos.

We believe Sue’s strongest point is her creativity. She never fails to impress us with her ideas and enthusiasm. She knows our firm so well now she can read us and “get creative” from a very simple brief for a new concept, she always comes through with the goods! We would recommend Sue and the team at 2304 – you won’t be disappointed.”

Debs Hirst