Benio Urbanowicz

Design Manager / Mid-Weight Designer

  • LocationLondon, United Kingdom



  • Advertising
  • Film
  • Visual Arts
  • Branding
  • Art Direction
  • Copywriting
  • Editing
  • Products
  • Design
  • Producing
  • Production Management
  • Final Cut Pro
  • Illustrator
  • Indesign
  • Photoshop

Work history


Design Manager & Mid-weight Designer

The Design Laboratory

Jan 2015
  • Undertaking and orchestrating tasks / projects agreed on with the Art Director and Studio Director in accordance with project requirements and deadlines. Providing support for all other Design Laboratory Creative Teams. Leading the creative processes involved in answering all Client briefs. Responsible of time management and man hour requirements for each project, as set out by the Studio Director. Liaising directly with the Client on all project stages, from conception to sign-off and delivery. Visual and technical content for Client proposals, presentations and project deliverables. Graphic output at all stages for each live project and for overall Design Laboratory marketing purposes.


Mid-weight Designer

Cuckoo Design

Mar 2015 - Feb 2015
  • Click to edit position descriptionHired as part of The New Breed: Cuckoo's transformation was built around a tightly knit group of branding, design, marketing and digital specialists. With a deep-rooted love for making the burgeoning opportunities afforded by the digital and print world work for their clients, as a core designer of the team, I worked on all projects from concept to delivery.



Graphic Design

Kingston University

Feb 2008 - Feb 2012
  • FDA, then BA (Hons) Graphic Design



Creative Review / BFI

Creative Review

  • Winner of competition by Creative review & The British Film Institute: Book cover design for BFI's Film Classics range - 20th Anniversary Book cover: Don't Look Now by Mark Sanderson.


Adobe International Design Achievement Award


  • Winner of the 2012 International Design Achievement Award for Interactive Design.



  • ICOGRADA's annual World Communication Design Day fell on it's 50th anniversary in 2012 - Myself and 3 collaborators were challenged to represent the UK, by designing 4 billboard designs communicating the theme "1Love1Word".