Formed in 2002, twohundredby200 was a small multi-disciplinary studio team who liked nothing more than enjoying themselves at work.
The range of services covered graphic design, web design, brand identity, advertising, museum installations, event & festival design and much more.
The studio aimed to create work that excited, inspired, and, most importantly, met our clients’ needs.
The team was made up of very talented and creative individuals, each with specialised skills. The work was never less than outstanding when their designers collaborated and combined their imagination, ideas, and focus.
By working closely with their clients, they aimed to provide fresh, challenging new solutions to meet even the most demanding brief, time scale, and budget, ensuring the client’s end result was effective.
The team took the stress out of the whole process of design, no matter the project. They took away all the industry jargon and presented ideas and solutions in terms that were easy to understand. They indeed provided a full design service.
Notable clients included The BBC, Balfour Beatty, BAE Systems, Raytheon, Rolls Royce, The Home Office, The Scottish Government, The Royal Navy, The Royal Marines, The Royal Air Force, Babcock Thorn, Virgin Trains, The RBS Group, RSPB, RHASS, National Museums of Scotland, The Natural History Museum, The Imperial War Museum, Loopallu, Scottish Natural Heritage and The Wickerman Festival.
The studio partially closed in November 2018 and then fully closed in April 2019. Makin is now carrying on from the legacy that twohundredby200 left behind.
The twohundredby200 magazine
twohundredby200 also published globally popular twohundredby200 creative magazines, which is widely considered the first online publication to make PDF format. Later, it is now recognised as a driving force of the digital print-on-demand magazine and self-publishing scene.
The magazine was first published in 2002, and the final edition was published in 2018.