Greg Tilley is a multidisciplinary designer with an interest in technology and design. Alongside visual identities, website design and interactive work, projects have also included book design, typeface design, signage and wayfinding, and textile design.

Clients are from varied backgrounds and include artists, architects, video directors, fashion designers, film production companies, non-profit organisations, members clubs, music festivals, restaurants, and universities.

Greg teaches on the BA Graphic Design course at Kingston School of Art and runs regular workshops focusing on a range of digital technologies for Decoded.



Senior facilitator


Regularly teaching workshops for Decoded in locations around the world, working closely with companies undergoing digital transformation. Topics include Innovation, Design Thinking, Code, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Blockchain, Data Science, and Cybersecurity.

Some of Decoded's clients I have worked with include BBC, IBM, IKEA, ING Bank, M&S, Mastercard, McKinsey, NBC Universal, Nike, Philips, RBS, Talk Talk, Tommy Hilfiger, Unilever, Visa, and Vodafone.

Kingston School of Art

Visiting lecturer, BA Graphic Design


Teaching in the second year (and across the course) as a visiting lecturer, I currently run an elective strand exploring notions of the post-digital, the relationship between technology and design and the creative possibilities this enables.

London College of Communication, UAL

Workshop, BA Graphic Branding and Identity

February 2018

One day lecture and workshop in user experience / design for the screen.

Capco design incubator

Two day course with Decoded

December 2013

I co-developed a bespoke two day introduction to design for a technical team of developers. Working closely with Decoded's head of product, the brief was to introduce design as a discipline, exploring visual design and creativity, for tech consultancy Capco.

Camberwell College of Arts, UAL

Visiting lecturer, BA Graphic Design


Visiting lecturer working across the course but mostly with the first year BA students. As well as regularly writing briefs, I also ran a tutor group and delivered talks including a semiotics module.

Selected clients

  • Alex Rutterford
  • Alexander McQueen
  • Azeem Azhar
  • Blain Southern
  • Brunswick House
  • CHK Design
  • Chris Cunningham
  • Christopher Pearson
  • Daniel Brereton
  • Decoded
  • Gordon Shrigley
  • Idris Elba
  • Jolene
  • Ken Garland
  • Kingdom Collective
  • Robert Cary-Williams
  • University of the Arts, London
  • University of East London


Studio 209, D&J Simons Building
122–150 Hackney Road
London E2 7QS