from clients.
Town Hall Gallery has worked with Will Ainger for the last 18 months. He has become an integral part of our team by providing innovative ideas and approaches to our design and branding needs. Will researched our brand history to develop a new and fresh look. His understanding of where we had been, where we are now and where we wanted to position ourselves meant he was providing the right look and feel. He just ‘got’ us! 
The biggest factor why we continue using Will is his attention to detail. Other designers don’t read the copy provided. Will has picked up spelling errors, saving us time and money. Also his enthusiasm is infectious! Town Hall Gallery will continue our relationship with Ainger Creative well into the future. 
Mardi Nowak, Senior Curator, Town Hall Gallery
When working with Will Ainger on the design of my CD Cover “Yowarliny” by Djiva, I was blown away by the detail of the artwork and how Will brought my vision of the cover to light. He is extremely talented and professional and I look forward to working with Will again. 
Della Rae Morrison, Singer-songwriter, Djiva
I have worked with Will on many print projects over the years, and always found Will great to work with. Will has a great understanding of graphic design for print, and this reflects in the excellent artwork he produces. This enables projects to be produced with great efficiency and accuracy. I would recommend will for graphic design services to anyone. 
Tim Scott, General Manager, Scott Print.
A fantastic and amazing designer, Will’s hard work and dedication towards the final product met not only our expectations, but those of our clients. Will worked beyond his services, to the extent of cooking and photographing the recipes in our booklet created for pregnant Aboriginal women. Keep up the great work!
Tricia Pearce, Regional Tobacco Coordinator, Tomorrow’s Dream / AHCWA
I am thrilled with the design. It’s our own branding, most organisations have one and we haven’t had one. It sets us apart as a separate entity and brings us up to the modern era with a website in the process. 
Sheila Joss, CEO, The Village