At Grey not Grey, we know what you mean.

… even if you can't put it into words.

The story behind the name "Grey not Grey" is that many years ago, one of my clients was trying to describe the colour scheme they had in mind. They said, "I want something that's grey, but not "grey" — do you know what I mean?"

I do.

Grey not Grey specializes in creative design & development, including digital presence, identity, and graphic design. I draw from my wide knowledge and broad range of experience to create work that references the best of contemporary and classic styles, with a fresh, original approach.

I bring creative ideas to life on projects of any scale, from corporate to boutique.



Digital

User interface, user experience, customer experience & web development

When I started out back in 1995, the internet was still excitingly new, but had very few features.
A single webmaster really could do everything. Now we have a seemingly infinite array of devices, platforms, and online environments.

This kind of diversity allows endless possibilities, but also requires specialization — I specialize in designing & developing look, feel, and interactivity. My technical goal in creating digital properties is to take advantage of current best practices, while being future-friendly and backwards-compatible.



Identity

Print, branding, & logo design

There's more to your identity than just a name.
It's the same for a business, product, or service.

I help our clients achieve the full potential of their identity through print, branding, & logo design.



Graphics

Original graphics and illustration

Original graphics set you apart from everyone else.
Nobody wants to settle for the same-old-same-old, and you don't have to.

I do adaptable, original work for digital and print in any style, designed just for you — and your audience.





Contact Me

Grey not Grey is based in Montreal, Canada.

Questions or comments? You can email me, or use the contact form below.
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