My story so far.
I grew up around the uncool bits of East London in the 1980's and 90's, and decided I wanted to be an artist aged 5 ½. My first design tool was an Etch A Sketch.
I made my first website in 1999, and in 2002 ventured south to study digital design for three years in the beautiful city of Canterbury. I worked as a designer for agencies in London and Kent before moving to Brighton in 2009.
My skills as a designer include research exercises, user testing, prototyping/wireframing, interaction design, typography, grid-based layout, responsive web design, and standards-based front-end development with HTML and CSS.
I love what I do.
I'm currently working as Creative Lead for Makemedia, a web development agency in Brighton's North Laine.
I've been designing professionally since graduating in 2005. In my current role I oversee the creative direction of online projects from initial discovery sessions through to standards-based front-end fruition.
My work has appeared in industry publications including NET magazine, and Web Designer magazine. I also write about the web (and beyond) in my journal, The Best is Yet to Come.
Nuggets of recognition
Sites featuring my work
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