Hello, I’m Matt Molloy.

I'm a designer based in Manchester, UK. I design brands and digital products for global companies, charities, and startups.


Brand Identity

Workshop Facilitaion

Brand Strategy

Creative Direction

User Research

Website Design

Digital Design

User Experience

Design Leadership

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MIDI Association

First Port


Manchester, UK

I'm Matt, an independent designer specialising in brand, strategy, and digital products. With a diverse background in various creative environments, I bring a reassuring level of experience and a unique perspective to every project. In today's rapidly evolving design landscape, establishing a narrative-driven brand identity and effective digital presence is crucial for businesses to thrive. That's where my expertise comes in. I understand the relationship between brand, strategy, and digital products, and I use my skills to craft compelling designs that leave a lasting impact.

My design process is rooted in research and exploration. I know how to spot market trends, find and define target demographics, and understand user behaviours. This thorough groundwork allows me to make informed design decisions that have a real impact on the success of a project. Whether it's crafting a brand identity, designing a website, or developing a digital product, I am dedicated to delivering designs that exceed expectations and drive meaningful results.

I'm passionate about partnering with forward-thinking businesses and individuals. If you're ready to turn your idea into reality, let's collaborate and create something remarkable together.

My approach


Wireframes are a crucial tool in the design process, providing a blueprint for the layout and functionality of a digital product. To create effective wireframes, it's important to understand the user's needs and goals, as well as the requirements and constraints of the project.

Digital Design

To create effective designs, it's important to understand the needs, goals, and behaviors of the target audience. This can be achieved through user research and testing, which can uncover insights about user preferences and pain points. Once this information is gathered, designers can create wireframes and prototypes to iterate and refine the design.

Art Direction

To develop an effective art direction, it's important to understand the brand's essence, its target audience, and the intended message. This can be achieved through research and analysis, which can uncover insights about the brand's history, values, and cultural context. Once this information is gathered, designers can create a visual strategy that defines the art direction, including elements such as color palettes, typography, imagery, and tone of voice.