how did I wind up
running a design studio?
vogue made me do it.
Flicking through the pages of the September issue, I wasn’t swooning over handbags I couldn’t afford or reading up on the latest trends. No, I was stroking the double page spreads and admiring the fancy editorial typography. I wasn’t thinking ‘I want to buy this’ or ‘I want to buy that’, I was thinking ‘I want to design this bad boy’!
Established in 2008, Becky Lord Design is a product of my passion for beautiful design, branding, paper and print.
I can’t remember a time when I didn’t want to be a Designer. I love working letterforms till they’re a perfect fit, and I live for those moments when I figure out a fancy bit of web code. Ask me about patterns, print finishes and my pantone swatches and I’ll be in my element.
But after more than a decade in business, I get the biggest kick out of seeing my clients thrive. Their passion pushes me creatively and constantly inspires me to do my best work. Knowing I’ve helped them achieve their goals and played a part in their business journey is just dreamy.
I’ve built Becky Lord Design on a foundation of quality, collaboration, kindness and trust.
Those aren’t just carefully chosen words designed to sound good on my about page,
that’s genuinely how I do things round here.
becky lord design by numbers
Over 10 years’ experience as a Designer
1000s of caffeine-fuelled days spent at my desk
Over 100s of client launches
1 feature in the 1st edition of Fiona Humberstone’s Forty Brilliant Brand Designers
More shoes on my Instagram grid than I can count
A little more about me
I’m a city girl at heart – I like the bustle, people watching and finding hidden cocktail bars but I’m equally happy on a long hike in the Peak District as long as a pub lunch is involved. I spent the first 20 years of my life living in a teeny, tiny Lincolnshire village before moving to Sheffield in 2008 and starting my business. I’m now married to a wonderful human called Sam and we live with our incredibly cheeky dog, Binks.
When I’m not at my desk, you’ll usually find me hidden away in a coffee shop sipping a Macchiato too fast, at lunch eating Thai food or wondering around a farm shop living my very best cliche-millenial life.
I’m passionate about singing badly, dancing like Kate Bush and shouting ‘your dog is cute’ whenever a dogwalker walks by with their pooch.
Serve me an espresso martini and we’ll likely be friends for live.
Do we sound like a good fit?