All posts by Mat

September 02, 2016


For years now, doomsayers have been predicting the death of print – screen is the way to go! Screen is cheap! Screen can reach a larger audience! – and while those points can be substantiated to a degree, print is still here. Why is that?

Print isn’t dead. Long live print.

My own view on the matter (which echoes my previous post where I talk briefly about the…

July 15, 2016

2020 have just launched a new website for our digital furnishings service –

Every business wants the best value from its marketing budget. So at 2020, we offer a cost-effective solution to your photography needs – digital furnishings.

The smart way to make your budget go further, digital retouching means you don’t have to spend big to create the images you need. You can process an…

April 07, 2016

At 2020 we like a challenge!

So, when we were commissioned to provide one of our clients with an online version of their current product brochure – we jumped at the opportunity!

Historically, many companies have opted to generate a downloadable PDF document of their printed brochure. However, usability is typically limited to scrolling down through tens or hundreds of pages, which is both impractical and time consuming. Helping your…

October 06, 2015

Welcome to our graphic design website! This is the place to view our latest design work, as well as find out more about our graphic design services and how they can help your business.

Here at 2020 however we offer much more than a singular graphic design service. We cover everything through design, print and photography (see here), all under one roof at our unit in Leeds. Our…

October 01, 2015

You speak, we listen – 0113 272 0277

Here at 2020, our design team work alongside a broad range of clients, from a vast array of industries. We take the time to clearly understand your project requirements to ensure we deliver the right solution for you and your business. From a simple flyer to a full branding exercise.

We can help.

Have a look at the list below to see what…

October 01, 2015


Since the release of the first Kindle in 2007, the debate surrounding printed books and ebooks has been dividing opinions and pitting traditionalists against those who defend the practicality of e-readers.

I myself belong to the somewhat sentimental group of traditionalists – I’ve spent years preciously collecting each book I’ve read, creating a personal library of fantastical stories and inspirational characters that I proudly display in my living room….