For over 15 years, Webb & Webb have produced work that aims to stretch the imagination and exceed our clients' expectations. We focus on design for communication and branding across a full spectrum, including identity, print, packaging, exhibitions, websites and digital experience design for government bodies, major charities and national galleries and international organisations. Webb & Webb was founded by former Trickett & Webb director Brian Webb. His work has won hundreds of awards around the world, including New York Art Directors; Museum of Toyama, Japan; Red Dot, Germany; and D&AD. His work is in many permanent collections, including the V&A and MoMA, he is Past-President of the Chartered Society of Designers, a former committee and jury member of D&AD, a Visiting Professor at University of the Arts and has also judged the Prince Philip Designers Prize. James Webb studied journalism and PR at the UCA and graphic design at Bath School of Art & Design. Following university, he worked for Pentagram in London and as an Art Director for Bartle Bogle Hegarty, joining Webb & Webb in 2005. At Webb & Webb his work has featured in award schemes and publications across the world, including Design Week and Communication Arts, USA and he has lectured at universities and colleges in the UK. Our work has won awards and been published in numerous books and magazines. Our limited edition James Bond book designs were described by the Financial Times magazine as the best way to spend £14,000 and our identity for superyacht Malahne was even featured in the movie Fifty Shades Freed… …stretching imagination … exceeding expectation.
'Are you Sitting Comfortably' for the Mainstone Press has been shortlisted for best Art / Architecture Monograph.
Shortlisted for Jewish Museum 'Jewish Lives' Project website.
Our rebrand and marketing material won the 2015 Foreign & Commonwealth Office Global Communications Award.
Our redesign of the 'British Artists' book series for Tate Publishing was shortlisted for the German Design Council awards.
The 'Design' series of books was awarded the 'Brand/Series Identity' award.
Our exhibition design, print and advertising material for the Barber Institute of Fine Arts exhibition 'Court on Canvas' was named as the best marketing campaign of the year.