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Meet the Team

We're more interested in you, but it would be rude not to introduce ourselves.


Think Digital are a small, friendly and happy team of print experts, graphic designers and a super-duper press, based in Oakham, Rutland but working for clients all over the country. From the smallest print runs to the most complex and creative briefs, we can do it.


Nicky:
She's the one in charge. Always busy, always smiling, always looking for better ways to do things. With 30 years of industry experience, she knows a lot about print. And finishing. And binding, trimming, foiling, laminating and varnishing.


She loves a challenge, dislikes sprouts and really, really dislikes housework.


Pete:
Even more experienced than Nicky, he's in charge of the presses and the company purse strings. Organised, punctual and a teeny-weeny bit bossy.


He loves a flutter on the horses, dislikes making tea and really, really dislikes having his photo taken. Which is why Chris had to draw these pics.

Chris:
Our resident creative and artist. As a trained graphic designer, he knows how to make everything look as it should. He's also a dab hand at murals, and knocked up all the graphics on this website.


Chris loves being a Dad (and pizza), dislikes fast food that isn't pizza, and really, really dislikes any lack of organisation.


Sue:
The backbone of the office, the unsung heroine, the one who gets stuff done and keeps everything on track


Sue loves music, dislikes boredom and really, really dislikes people not saying thank you when she has held the door open for them. You've been warned.


HP Indigo 5500 Digital Press:
The most expensive member of the team, but worth every penny. Works hard, never complains, gives great print results (that's because it consumes ink, not toners) and has never asked for a pay rise, or made the tea. Not once.



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