Stina joins the team at Plinkfizz

Stina Jones

Stina Jones

Marketing and communications agency Plinkfizz have appointed Stina Jones as their new graphic designer.

Stina, aged 27, from Alsager, brings more than 10 years’ experience in graphic design, illustration, branding and website design to the Hanley-based team, having previously delivered projects for national companies including money-saving website imutual, and organisations including the international charity, 21st Century Leaders Foundation.

Stina studied art and design at Stafford College, and will be working alongside current Plinkfizz graphic designer Emma Tilley on a wide variety of projects from front end website design to branding and printwork.

Stina said: “The opportunity to join Plinkfizz proved perfect timing, as having worked for myself for more than six years I was beginning to look for a new challenge.

“I’ve always loved art and design and combining this with computer technology, and at Plinkfizz I’m looking forward to carrying out even more website design and multimedia projects as this is clearly the way the industry is going at the moment.

“Plinkfizz has a wide and varied client base, so I’m really looking forward to the opportunities and challenges that will bring.”

Stina has already begun work on new Plinkfizz projects, including the website for Stoke on Trent community arts project, Appetite (, and front end design work on a number of new client websites.

Fiona Hawkins, Managing Director at Plinkfizz, said: “I’m delighted Stina has joined the team at Plinkfizz, as with her creative background she has a huge amount to offer our clients.”

Plinkfizz celebrates 10 years in business this year and clients include MCE (Merchant Cash Express), Stoke on Trent College, the City of Stoke on Trent Sixth Form College, Newcastle-based Appointments Personnel and Staffordshire legal firm Bowcock & Pursaill.

The agency has a team of senior professionals covering marketing, public relations, graphic design, web development and event organisation.


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