Why are you here? You’ve either read about us,
been recommended or landed on our site by sheer luck.
We could start by giving you the usual patter that we’re dynamic, passionate, contemporary, blah blah blah…
But lets cut to the chase!
We’re a modest sized yet versatile creative design agency based in Edinburgh with a direct to designer approach. Ask and we’ll deliver – Give us a budget and we’ll stick to it – No brief, we love a challenge.
Call us, name a time and place and we’ll supply the cakes.
The best designers I have ever worked with. Their creativity pushes boundaries and has an imagination that never ceases to amaze me. Platinum Graphics work is the very best and has helped us to develop our brand in-line with our mission and development of the business.
The team at Platinum Graphics understand our business, impress us with their creative but practical ideas and then come up with the goods on time at always with excellent value.
Platinum Graphics have an excellent understanding of the needs of their clients. They always go the extra mile with their customer service and regularly exceed expectations. Strong on creativity they work hard to be original in their design as well as being practical in execution and budget for the job in-hand. Their industry knowledge and contacts are extensive and they are 100% reliable. I am very fortunate to have worked on numerous projects with Platinum Graphics over the last three years. They are an important part of my team and they have made a real difference to the marketing at St George's. Thank you!
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