Independently-owned design studio headquartered in Southampton Hampshire specialising in all things creative

About Ultramod

Ultramod are an independently-owned design studio headquartered Southampton Hampshire.

Setup by an experienced Lead Designer and Art Director with a wealth experience in the design industry. Working for and with blue chip clients such as Fatface, BMW, EDF Energy.

As an agile independent studio we’re able to act quickly and work around you in a personal, informative and collaborative way. You will meet and work directly with the creative director, offering the chance to work in partnership, or if you prefer a less hands on approach, we’re just as happy to take a brief and present back innovative solutions.

We guarantee

  • Deadlines will be hit
  • Regular updates
  • A Budget will be agreed upfront and no hidden costs

How we work – We like to keep it simple

  1. Project deadline, first draft deadline and cost agreed upfront
  2. First draft sent, 50% invoice raised
  3. 50% invoice paid, any further amends made
  4. Project approved final 50% invoice raised
  5. 50% invoice paid, final artwork supplied or project goes live

Design & Craft

Graphic Design
Photography
Interaction
Design
Art Direction
Illustration

Development

HTML 5 Canvas
CSS 3D Transforms
Front-End Framework
Native Applications
Foundation

Branding

Visual Design
Brand Strategy
Process & Exploration
Copywriting Print

Strategy

Research
Opportunity Analysis
Branding Discovery
Production Planning
Brainstorming

Ultramod Studio

The Bungalow, 4 Bramwell Court, SO19 5ES
07704 883 405 info@ultramod.co.uk

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Clients

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