Bicester-based design agency MicroGraphix has celebrated delivering its 20,000th client project.

MicroGraphix, which was founded in 1998, reached the milestone earlier this month.

The agency helps businesses define and promote their brands by providing a one-stop shop for the production of their marketing material needs.

Its services include graphic design, website creation, photography, video, brand and marketing services.

The agency employs six people, three have been with the business for more than 10 years and two have been employed for more than 20 years.

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MicroGraphix works for major brands including Triumph, MG, Hitachi and Teknos, as well as hundreds of local and national organisations.

Founder Mike Linzey said: “We’re proud to have reached this significant milestone, especially during this challenging time for everyone.

“I’m thankful to all our clients over the years who have commissioned us and to my dedicated team of creative professionals.

“Key to our success has been consistently delivering quality for our clients and maintaining a personal touch.

“We always strive to build strong relationships and deliver on time. This has given us a reputation as people who can be relied on.”

“Due to our wide customer base MicroGraphix has been resilient during Covid-19 as clients invest in email marketing, branding and website development.

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Recent work has included designing and building a series of websites for Genie BIO Clean, an infection and control franchise that provides antibacterial products to the cleaning industry.

Plus designing and producing Oxfordshire-based Soha Housing’s annual report and shooting new product photography and producing marketing collateral for Ocura Healthcare Furniture.

“Covid-19 has been challenging for businesses,” said Mr Linzey.

“At first, like many, we experienced a drop in business. But thankfully it picked up and we are back up to pre-lockdown levels of business.

“The business community has demonstrated a real resolve to survive.

“A lot of businesses have used this time to take stock and plan ahead.

Mr Linzey said having a talented and close-knit team has played a key part in MicroGraphix’s longevity.

“We’re fortunate to have developed a talented team of creatives who care about our clients.

“A lot of our work is repeat business and that is down to delivering and building strong client relationships.

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“We place a strong emphasis on taking time to understand our client’s businesses, by doing so we can communicate their messages well.”

MicroGraphix originated in a small studio in Launton, Bicester, before moving to Rowood Estate in 2000.

In addition to brand design MicroGraphix also provide photography and video production services.

Mr Linzey said: “We provide a full service to clients that is joined-up.

“It means we can deliver value for money for our clients and ensure their brand identities are consistent.”

The team at MicroGraphix have delivered a wide range of briefs within its 20,000 projects.

“We love the variety of what we do,” said Mr Linzey.

“Every job and every client are different, and we treat each design brief as a fresh creative challenge.

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“We have delivered everything from a simple flyer right up to a big budget websites and everything in between.”

MicroGraphix has evolved over the past two decades to remain at the forefront of the market.

Mr Linzey said the biggest change he has seen in the design industry has been the transformation from print to digital.

He said: “It was huge and completely changed the industry, but quality design has remained the key component throughout.

“Design is always changing and by investing in new technology and software and staying on top of best practice we have kept up to date in the market.”

MicroGraphix is now looking forward to continuing to deliver.

“Thankfully, we are in a sector where we can work from home during the Covid-19 restrictions,” said Mr Linzey.

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“But we’re looking forward to getting back together in the office and the studio as a team and continuing to deliver for our clients.”

For further information about the company visit the website