Priority boosts its design offering and gears up for growth with a new partner and creative director

The business and brand development agency Priority, reinforces its design offering focusing on creativity. As our clients are facing new types of challenges, there is a high demand for a broader competence and for the creative competencies to be integrated. This to enable development of unique concepts and design solutions that are both appealing and work in practice.

The agency appoints Alva Ohlsson, who is currently a Senior designer and Head of Design at Priority, as partner. Alva has a long background as designer and consultant with a solid experience of both Swedish and international design concept assignments.

Priority is also launching a new visual identity reflecting the agency’s update and revitalized offering – where creativity is in focus. As well as to attract more talent in the space. Priority is on a clear growth journey with several new assignments in areas such as tech and urban development with clients within the mobility and smart cities space.

– Already last year, we saw an increased demand from both existing and new customers for our design offering. An offer where we successfully combine the commercial side with the creative. It is great to see that our broad and integrated offering is sought after and is working for our clients, says Alva Ohlsson at Priority.

Linnea Anckers is appointed Creative Director. Today, Linnea is a Senior Designer and Project Manager at Priority and is leading the agency´s main brand projects. In the new role, Linnea will develop and enhance the agency’s creative process in order to create new and innovative concepts and ideas.

– It feels great to be part of this new journey, to ensure that creativity and design thinking is a common thread in everything we do. It takes a lot of courage to be both creative and innovative, and to get our customers to think differently. Right now, we have some fascinating and brave customers who wants to think completely outside the box, says Linnea Anckers.

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