Following the redesign of my website earlier this year and the clear focus on the freelance strategy, I decided I needed some business cards to hand out to potential clients.
I’ve just finishing designing artwork for a friend of mine who happens to be chairman of the AMGK (Association of Midland Goldfish Keepers).
As well as designing, I also develop and build sites and applications. Which leads on to the question many clients and colleagues have asked – how did you learn to code?
A brand is the element of a company which creates the first and most important impression. It communicates with its customers, demonstrating the core values of the business.
For a little inspiration for your next design project, there’s no finer site to take a look at than Awwwards.
I was approached a couple of months ago by a children’s author to help promote her current selection of published eBooks.
I’ve decided to post an old logo I designed at South Staffordshire Council a while ago when one of the key issues of the moment (and still is) was global warming and looking after the environment.
As well as created a blog on my site, I’ve also returned back to social media in the last few months…most noticeably Twitter.
I should have originally posted this a while ago, but I’m now proud to announce that we’ve won an award for the One Stop Stores intranet project.
This is my first blog post so I thought I’d take a look at a few web trends that are going to be noticeable in 2014. These thoughts are based upon observations through experience and lots of research on, well, the web.