Based in Suffolk, I was inspired to follow a career in graphic design after watching my uncle ‘paste-up’ for national magazines in the 1970s. I have always been a creative person and my passion for design extends to all areas of my life. I love my job and look forward to each new brief with enthusiasm.
I love bringing ideas to life…
Sharon Teague, Outflux
I studied at Suffolk College in Ipswich and gained a BTech in Design for Print in 1985. I worked as a graphic designer for an Ipswich advertising agency for 5 years before becoming a studio manager at a Colchester-based PR company. I started freelance graphic design in 1994 and now have over 30 years graphic design experience.
Freelancing allows me to work from my home studio and this keeps overheads to a minimum. I can therefore offer the skills of an agency designer at a reasonable hourly rate. Unlike larger agencies, I can give my clients and their projects the individual attention they deserve.
advertising | animated graphics | banners | bespoke art | blog graphics | brochure design | business branding | CD design | design consultation | exhibition displays | flyers | illustration | logo design | merchandise | point of sale | posters | print buying | signage | social media | stationery | vehicle graphics | websites | wedding stationery
Whatever the size of your budget, Outflux can create professionally designed artwork to meet industry standards.
This is a big thank you to Sharon for helping me with the design of my new logo. Sharon quickly got to grips with my ideas and has put together a new logo; alongside helping me with a business card design and without asking has added a roll up banner design and has given me the designs to use for my future advertising use. Sharon made the process easy, from start to finish and I am so pleased with the business cards, which I now take pride in handing out to clients. Thank you very much Sharon.
Helen Algar, Suffolk Will Services
Having used our current company logo for nearly 20 years, we were a little nervous of change! But the time had come for a fresh look and our BNI connection meant we had no hesitation in asking for your help. Thank you for taking the time to visit our office, listening to us and understanding our approach. You asked relevant questions about our company and how we wish to be seen. You produced a number of really interesting ideas, none of which we could have imagined without you, and we have now chosen a fabulous new logo that really depicts what our company is all about ….. we couldn’t be happier with it and we will soon be using it on all paperwork and our two websites. Thank you for your excellent work, we have no hesitation in recommending you.
Mike Hodgetts, Lighthouse Platinum Wealth Management Limited.
I contacted Sharon to provide some new logos for a client of mine. It’s important when I recommend someone for a client that they do a good job as it’s my reputation on the line if they don’t. Sharon was brilliant – she considered what the client needed, from his old logo not changing too much, but making it more modern. Provided some great options and one caught my client’s eye, with a few minor tweaks it was exactly what the client was looking for. A few weeks later Sharon noticed the new logo didn’t fit the Facebook profile picture as well as it could, so in her own initiative and cost created a compact logo version for us to use. Outstanding service. Thanks Sharon I won’t hesitate to recommend you.
Victoria Bacon, Whitley & Morgan Ltd, Business Coaching and Mentoring.
Sharon was recently recommended to me and has already worked on several diverse design projects. I have been very impressed so far with her design skills, creativity, attention to detail and her swift response to requests. Plus of course her patience when we decide to change something! I would definitely recommend her.
James Powell. Marketing and Communications Manager at Suffolk Libraries.
Harebell Vintage Co. was formed by Jenni Keer and Sharon Teague in 2017 when a selection of beautiful Edwardian marquetry panels came into their possession. No longer likely to be used in the manufacture of furniture, they believe the veneers will make interesting and beautiful pieces of art. These are currently only available to buy at fairs and events, see website for more information.