We can design a wide range of materials for your project, whether it is for a paper, a proposal, presentation or other, both digital and for print.

These include but are not limited to:

  • Scientific Illustrations and figures
  • Graphical abstracts
  • Journal covers or highlights
  • Infographics
  • Presentation design
  • Posters
  • Book illustrations and covers
  • Book layout
  • Timelines
  • Flyers/leaflets
  • Reports
  • Website design


Your privacy respected:

We will not share details of your research with anyone or publish a design made for you on our portfolio before it has been published by you or the journal or other you are submitting the work to.

File formats:

You will receive the appropriate file format and size for your application such as tiff, jpeg, png, pdf, eps etc. Figures and journal covers will adhere to the requirements of the journal you plan to send your paper to. If needed we can liaise with the journal to ensure they receive the format and quality they expect.


Designs are made to the highest standard and quality for the application intended whether it is for publication in digital or printed media.



Each project is different based on the complexity and amount of time needed to complete. Sometimes as drafts develop new ideas for better presentation of a concept can emerge, these are hard to predict.

For this reason each project is assessed individually with quotes tailored to the specific project.

Offering a quote to you implies no commitment on your side until you agree to proceed in writing.

What is the typical workflow
of a design project?


Send your brief and request a quote:

Include your project details, line of research along with any material relevant. It is always helpful to include a sketch of what you have in mind. If you have a deadline, that is also good for us to know.

Quotation and agreement:

A quotation will be sent to you for the work with an estimated timeframe for completion. If we need to clarify anything further from your initial request, we



First draft and feedback:

The first draft is produced based on the material and earlier discussion and sent to you to review and give feedback.

Revision and refinement:

The draft is revised and refined based on your feedback. This process typically involves 1-2 edits before the final design.



Payment and receipt of final files:

After payment you will receive the final files in the appropriate format for your application. An invoice will be sent to you with payment normally made by bank transfer. If you need to pay by other means, this can be discussed.