About Us

Six Reasons

...why you'd love working with us

No.1 We're team players – ideally as part of your team.
No.2 We bring clear thinking, enthusiasm and expert execution to the table.
No.3 We’ll take the time to listen to you, understand your business and bring your vision into focus.
No.4 We aim to surpass expectations - from concept through to production.
No.5 We take the pressure off your shoulders, managing all aspects of the project.
No.6 We're cost effective - we offer the dedicated personal service from a small agency but with big agency thinking and expertise.

Why not ring us on 0131 556 6888 to see how we can really benefit your business

Lennon Design packs a lot into a small space. We’re not so small that we can’t handle large, complex projects – we’re a full service agency so we can comfortably wear multiple hats - and we’re not so big that our overheads eat into our clients’ budgets.

We work closely with you to plan, create and deliver effective design solutions - in print or online. Whether you’re a start-up or a blue chip, we offer straight-talking, quality service that gets results.

Lennon Design is led by award-winning Creative Director Alan Lennon. With more than two decades of experience in the Industry working for some of the largest and most respected public and private sector organisations, there are very few design challenges Alan hasn’t met.

At Lennon Design, Alan has gathered together a team of talented people with complementary skills spanning digital, print, copywriting and photography.

Alan Creative Director

Specialist skills: Design for print, Editorial design, Corporate Identity.

Passions: Loves to paint - check out lennon-art.co.uk, travel widely, play the bass, create culinary delights and drink red wine - not necessarily in that order and sometimes all at the same time.

Robin Copywriter

Specialist skills: Copywriting, web writing, subediting, content strategy.

Passions: Has been obsessed with football since birth and, despite being far too old and slow now (and not having any talent to speak of), still dreams of scoring a goal for Scotland like Dave Narey's 1982 strike against Brazil.