Testimonials

“Maddie’s total commitment to this project meant she stood out against competitors and I had faith that she had the best interests of my company at heart. She was easily accessible, working outside of normal office hours and via email according to what suited me, which meant a quick turnaround. I am 100% satisfied with the finished project and would fully recommend Maddie to anyone wishing to instruct a graphic designer with a unique creative flair.”
Gemma Woolley – Owner, Puppylicious Mobile Grooming

“The invites are amazing. We are so pleased with them. Thank you for all your help and hard work. We will definitely recommend you.”
Laura and Steve

“Maddie is a dream to work with. She’s flexible, helpful, proactive, and made a stressful situation a breeze after turning around a report for us incredibly quickly so that we were able to meet an (unrealistic) deadline on time. Furthermore, her attention to detail is second to none. She had the report word perfect and looking clean, easy to read and professional first time around; this is something I’ve never experienced before when working on design projects, given it usually takes a minimum of three rounds of amends to get to the finished product. I would happily work with Maddie again and recommend her to anyone who is looking for professional design and formatting support of the highest quality.”
Effie Blythe, Communications Manager, The Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund

“I had an idea for a concept for business cards. Maddie took my idea, developed it further and swiftly produced 4 designs for me to choose from. The results were all brilliant and far better than I had imagined. I would use mlc design for any future needs and would recommend to anyone without hesitation.”
Michelle Asika, Anesis

“When we first approached Maddie to design our wedding invitations, we had some vague ideas based around our love of travel. Maddie took our thoughts and transformed into a theme that captured everyone’s imagination. Guests were still talking about our RSVP slips as they sat down for the wedding breakfast. The bespoke theme included Travel directions disguised as luggage labels, RSVP’s as plane tickets all held within a wedding invitation passport. Her completely original approach helped capture exactly what we wanted and her adaptation of the brief included a round the world seating plan for guests too. No detail was too small, and the communications stayed cheerful no matter how many times we changed the shade of red!”
Leon & Zoe Morton