About Dotte

Over six combined decades of industry experience have taught us the importance of working together with our clients, to deliver projects on brief, embracing the newest technologies, building with traditional principles and making sure the journey is always on track.

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James Robertson


James is a highly motivated, innovative, creative, graphic designer and senior strategic branding professional.

Having over two decades of industry experience, working with clients from a broad range of sectors to build and develop their brands, creating memorable creative identities and campaigns across both print and digital media.

With proven project management skills, he is able to identify and execute business-critical strategies for our clients. Over the years his work has ranged from campaigns for Orange mobile, designing packaging to go into Harrods to drawing a portrait for Sir Richard Branson' house on Necker.

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Mike bishop


Mike has been honing his skills in the web design and development industry since 2001, working as both a freelancer and within agencies taking on white label roles.

With a background in cinematography and music, Mike brings a unique and fresh creative vision to the table, coupled with his experience as a developer this makes him an asset to any client project whether it's creative or problem-solving.

Past clients include Expedia, The BBC and Lonely Planet among others.

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Ken Robertson


After 4 years at art school Ken worked for various agencies in graphic design and advertising for over 20 years before founding Bang a specialist information communication consultancy where he worked on the launch of Dolly the Sheep, DNA Fingerprinting, Drug Awareness Campaign FRANK, The Queen and various Government and NHS initiatives.

After selling BANG, Ken undertook various consultancy projects for organisations such as BITC (Business in the Community), Everywoman, Help the Aged and The Yorkshire Dyslexia Alliance before Co-Founding the ICE Initiatives with Anita Howard.

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