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Julia Woollams

Julia Woollams

  • Brand Consultant and graphic designer
  • United Kingdom
  • Member since 2003

Julia is a graphic designer and branding consultant with 17 years industry experience, having overseen projects both in the UK and overseas.

After gaining a first-class BA Honours Graphic Design degree at Central Saint Martins she started her career as a designer for the education team at BBC Worldwide, before joining world-renowned branding agency Johnson Banks where she honed her talent and climbed up the ranks.

She formed 31% Wool – a creative consultancy branding, design and marketing – with Angela Martin to continue creatively solving problems for clients in interesting and unusual ways, with a firm focus on rationale. The verbal side of a project is as important to her as the visual side – the crossover between design and strategy being paramount.

Julia co-founded and writes for the Croydonist, a cultural blog about Croydon, and was a long-term contributor to the popular Johnson Banks blog ‘Thought for the week’.

She is a guest lecturer on several design courses including Central Saint Martins, Kingston University and Derby University. She is a D&AD awarded member, is regularly involved with their educational programmes and has judged both the student and professional awards.

Making a positive social difference through design is a priority, therefore her key projects are in the cultural, education and not-for-profit sectors.

Clients include Anthony Nolan, Brighton Dome and Brighton Festival, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Historic Royal Palaces, King’s College London, Livability, Mozilla, Parc de la Villette (Paris), Save the Children, Science Museum, Sendai Observatory (Japan), St David’s, Think London, University of Cambridge; Unicef UK; V&A.

In her spare time, when she’s not finding the next great place to write about for the Croydonist, Julia volunteers as a support worker for the charity Breast Cancer Care.

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