Yorkshire agency and University join forces to create innovative prospectus

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Erin Walmsley of the University of Derby with Sam Burgess and Simon Bucktrout of Team Impression at the Fedrigoni awards

Morgan Agency has won a competitive pitch to produce the University of Derby Arts, Design and Technology (ADT) prospectus for the third year running.

The partnership between the Leeds-based agency and the university previously led to a renowned international award. Morgan Agency-produced a four-part prospectus that won an award out of 260 entrants from across Europe in its category at the annual Top Applications Awards in Milan.

Erin Walmsley, Marketing Officer for the Faculty of ADT, said: “We were really impressed with the ideas that Morgan Agency brought to the pitch. Having worked with them before, we’re confident that they will be able to provide us with a great design concept –something innovative and engaging that will represent the Faculty, and capture the personality of the University of Derby.

“Morgan Agency offers an holistic approach with a real understanding of a brand in its entirety, and we feel that they’ll be able to give us the wow factor that we are looking for.”

Sam Burgess, Managing Director of Morgan Agency, said: “We’re looking forward to getting started on the new version of the prospectus. Our mission is to build on the innovation and success of the previous two years.”

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The brochures Morgan Agency designed for the University of Derby last year.

About Morgan Agency

Morgan Agency is a design consultancy based in Leeds, we work across a variety of disciplines to provide branding, print and web based solutions.
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