“To paraphrase the late great Bill Shankly: "Some people believe design is a matter of life and death, I am very disappointed with that attitude. I can assure you it is much, much more important than that.”
Mark Case is co-owner and joint Director of Whitenoise, which he founded with business partner Mark Mulholland in the summer of 2000.
Having studied at York College of Art before going on to work for major UK clients including British Coal Board (yes, he’s really that old), B&Q, Thorntons Chocolates, Thomson Holidays and Asda, he and his family moved to Northern Ireland in 1996 and prior to opening Whitenoise he worked in some of Belfast’s highest profile agencies. A member of the Institute of Designers in Ireland and the Northern Ireland Design Alliance, he has lectured throughout Ireland, the UK and overseas on all aspects of design practice.
Perhaps best known for managing complex brand development programmes, his work can be seen for diverse clients such as global survival specialists Survitec Group, and closer to home for Danske Bank and Translink.
Together with Mark Mulholland he has overseen the growth of Whitenoise from a fledgling design practice to Northern Ireland’s leading and largest brand and digital studio, with an undisputed track record in brand development and film, digital animation and VFX for business and broadcast.
Mark suffers from a serious technology addiction, particularly all things Apple. Happiness for him is an unopened package.
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