Recently, my 10-year-old son and I had difficulty making one of his PlayStation 4 controllers work. Our attempts to fix said controller were futile at best, instead I thought to enlist the […]
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David is a multi-disciplinary designer with over 20 years’ experience across brand strategy, brand identity, brand campaigns and employer brand. He has won seven Design Business Association (DBA) effectiveness awards and has co-authored three creative books.
David is The Team’s Executive Creative Director. He shapes and leads the agency’s creative strategy and works across our three core offers; brand strategy and purpose, brand on the outside and brand on the inside. He thrives on shaping ideas which are channel agnostic and connect brands with audiences, be they customers or employees. He leads a multi-disciplinary design studio made up of experience, motion and print-based designers, who are ideas driven and brilliant at their craft.
He has worked with a diverse array of clients, from The Beatles through to McLaren Cars and the NHS. He has built and shaped brands for the English National Ballet, Parkinson’s UK, NATS, Wolseley and The King’s Fund, while his campaigns include work for the NHS, BBC, BP and RBS.
David’s three published books – Scrawl 2, Zines and Stick ’em up – were all accompanied by book launches and exhibitions in the UK, America and Australia, and included interviews on BBC Radio 4’s Front Row and Australia’s 3RRR Radio, talking about the global street art scene. A source of inspiration since the day he stumbled across a Keith Haring street mural in his hometown Melbourne at the age of 10!
With Boris Johnson taking power at Number 10, we have seen one of the most divisive of politicians rise to power. Many of his ideas will not be to everyone’s liking. David […]
To kickstart our Workplace Wednesday blog series on workplace design and new ways of working, we look at our office redesign at The Team. Learn how we transformed our space to one […]
As the digital landscape becomes more complicated over time, logos will continue to become simpler. Sometimes less is more, and an extremely simplified mark often lasts longer. Dave Recchia, Creative Director at […]