Awards, conferences & exhibitions
Education & career
The Lloyd Northover years
The Saul Bass connection
John David Lloyd DipAD (Hons), FCSD, FRSA, D&AD
Apprentice Lithographic Artist, Edwin Jones & Sons (Printers) 1960-64
South West Essex School of Art 1964-65
London College of Printing 1965-68, Diploma in Art and Design (DipAD), First Class Honours
Career to date
Currently: Independent designer, artist, writer and consultant.
2004-2006: Consultant, Lloyd Northover.
1993-2004: Creative Director and Consultant, Citigate Lloyd Northover.
1997: Merged Citigate Lloyd Northover with Bass Yager, the design consultancy founded by Saul Bass in Los Angeles, to create an international design consultancy with offices in Europe, USA and Asia.
1993: Merged Lloyd Northover with Citigate Design to form Citigate Lloyd Northover.
1975: Founded Lloyd Northover Ltd with Jim Northover, Joint Creative Director.
1968-1975: Senior Designer, Allied International Designers, Joint Head of Graphic Design 1972-1975.
1960-1964: Apprentice Lithographic Artist: Edwin Jones & Sons (Printers).
Professional and educational
External Validation Panel member: (BA Hons) Graphic Branding & Identity, and BA (Hons) Design for Art Direction, London College of Communication 2014.
External Examiner, BA (Hons) Graphic and Media Design, London College of Communication 2005-2010.
External Panel Member, MA Validation Panel, London College of Communication 2004.
External Examiner, BA (Hons) Media Design and Production, London College of Printing 1989-1997.
Chief External Examiner, BA (Hons) Information Design, Nottingham Trent University 1984-89.
Chairman, British Design Export Group 1983-85.
Visiting Lecturer in Typography, London College of Printing 1970-1972.
D&AD Jury Member, Graphic Design, Typography.
D&AD Jury Member, Student Awards Scheme.
Fellow, Chartered Society of Designers.
Fellow, Royal Society of Arts.
Member, Designers and Art Directors Association.
Member, Design Business Association.
Member, Design Management Institute.
Member, University of the Arts Alumni Association.