We work with our clients to help them communicate their message. We do this by asking questions and listening to what they have to say. We then produce memorable and effective solutions, these range from print material and websites to brands and exhibitions.
Dave co-founded New Graphic in 2007. For the past 10 years, Dave has created meaningful, compelling and effective graphic design, web experiences, print communications and environmental design. He’s done this for both big and small organisations from Michelin starred restaurants to County Councils and National Institutions.
His design is clean-cut, research-informed, value-adding and user based. His work is delivered with elegance through a mixture of witty modernism, powerful imagery and crafted storytelling.
He studied Typographic design at the London College of Communication and visual communication at the Dublin Institute of Technology. He’s been a guest lecturer at Queens University Belfast, LCC and Bournemouth College.
Eamonn joined New Graphic as a partner in 2016. Prior to this, he spent eleven years working in museum and exhibition design with Event Communications. Much of his work focuses on creating narrative spaces. His work identifies and communicates stories in three-dimensional settings such as exhibitions and branded environments.
His design layers information to appeal to both the casual viewer and the dedicated enthusiast. Accessibility is key in Eamonn’s work. He believes accessibility, innovation and careful consideration are the fundamentals of good design.
Eamonn has a Master of Science in Multimedia from Dublin City University and a degree in Communication Studies also from Dublin City University.
Diarmuid studied Typographic design at the London College of Communication, completing his M.A. in 2007. Shortly afterwards he founded New Graphic. Before founding New Graphic, Diarmuid was a senior designer at the Southbank Centre in London, working with artists like Antony Gormley and Morrissey.
His clients range from the National Library of Ireland, IMMA and RTÉ, to Mondelez and the U.S. Embassy in Dublin. He is particularly interested in accessibility and education in design. This is evidenced in his work for Arts & Disability Ireland and for Fingal Sports, which resulted in the design for KidsMarathon.
Diarmuid is a member of The Type Directors Club, D&AD and the Institute of Designers in Ireland. He’s been a guest lecturer at Ballyfermot College, LCC and Bournemouth.
- Print Design
- User Experience
- User testing
- Strategy and Feasibility
- Interpretive Planning
- Design and Direction
- Construction Management