This article is part of Next Big Futures, a series of articles on design, media, and innovation.
In this article, we’ll discuss the future of media design and the latest innovations from Blueprint.
Blueprint MediaDesign & Media is a design and media design consultancy based in London.
The company was founded in 2014, and it’s a member of the UK Design Association, which helps companies make better products.
Its clients range from small businesses to major brands, and are often looking for the best way to create a cohesive and compelling digital experience.
In an article about the firm’s clients in May 2017, the BBC said Blueprint’s clients include Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, and the BBC.
“The firm’s work is focused on developing the visual and digital components of media products for a range of audiences including individuals, organisations and governments,” the BBC reported.
“Its clients include Apple, Facebook, Microsoft and the Royal Mail.”
The BBC continued to describe Blueprint as “a world leader in designing and developing visual media for television, film, radio and online.”
Blueprint’s website also describes the firm as “designing and developing digital media for media and broadcast.”
Blueprint has a “multi-faceted approach to developing digital products and experiences that work across different audiences,” according to its website.
“Blueprint is focused primarily on visual media design,” it says.
“We are also passionate about delivering design solutions to the global media ecosystem, delivering high-quality, innovative content that people want to watch.”
According to its LinkedIn page, Blueprint was founded by Nick Brown, who went on to join the BBC in 2013.
Brown has since left the BBC to start his own design company, Blueberry Media.
The firm also says its clients include Microsoft, the Royal Mint, Google, Amazon, Twitter, and YouTube.
The BBC also described Blueprint clients as “the media companies, businesses and brands we are working with.”
Blueprints clients include the BBC, Apple (Apple) , Google (Google), Microsoft, Royal Mail, YouTube, the University of Cambridge, and many others.
The BBC added that Blueprints clients have included Apple, Amazon (Amazon), and Facebook.
The Blueprints website lists a few of the firm ‘s clients: “Apple, Google (Facebook), Royal Mail (Royal Mail), Google (YouTube), Netflix (Netflix), the Royal Canadian Mint (Canadian Mint), Twitter (Twitter), and Microsoft (Microsoft).”
We are always looking for new and exciting ways to help brands, organisations, and individuals build the digital experiences they desire.””
Our clients are looking for innovative and scalable solutions that address all their needs and goals.
We are always looking for new and exciting ways to help brands, organisations, and individuals build the digital experiences they desire.”
The firm has offices in London and London, Ontario, Canada.
The Associated Press has reached out to Blueprints for comment.
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