2018 Reflection – Sketch a Day

This time last year it was my new years resolution to do a sketch a day. It just so happened a good friend of mine bought me a sketch a day pad for my birthday in January, so I had no excuse! I managed to last until August, my work load was just too busy and I was very stressed so I put it on hold. This year I’ve now made the move to full time freelance with my work (something I’ve been planning to do a while – I […]

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Flyer Designs

Recent flyer designs for Elite Commando Survival to promote their school holiday clubs.  

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New Project – The Flower Shed Tewkesbury

Recent project for the Flower Shed in Tewkesbury. This project included a new logo design, website design and ecommerce development. The client were looking for something clean, de-cluttered and modern. Click here to view the full project »

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Top 10 SEO Tips to Increase Your Search Engine Results

  You may have a beautiful website that looks great and has a lot to offer. This is a great start, however it’s no good if your customers can’t find it. A lot of factors must be taken into consideration to get to the top of google such as your websites written content, how many competitors you have, and the budget you are willing to spend to get there. Below are some useful tips to make sure your website is SEO (search engine optimisation) friendly. This is the first step […]

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Bright, Bold and Loud!

With a lot of content and colours to squeeze onto a small A5 flyer, this proved a challenging task. By splitting the content up into different boxes the text becomes easier to read. Selected colours have been taken from the background pattern to keep everything in harmony. This was a fun flyer to work on. Bright, bold, loud and colourful make quite a contrast to the sharp, simplistic designs I have been working on lately. I remember when I was studying Art and Design 10 years ago I was always […]

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3D Lipo Clinic, Cheltenham

View my latest project for 3D Lipo Clinic in Cheltenham. The team came to me with a website that was dated and not very user friendly to say the least. After recently moving to a new location in the town centre, they wanted a new website with a more clinical and professional feel. The need to manage content themselves was a must. The finished product was a clean, simplistic website that they could manage through wordpress. The website is screen responsive and looks great on all devices. Simplicity in design […]

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New Project – Royal Adelaide Hotel

Latest project is now live! It has been a pleasure working with the Royal Adelaide Hotel. They had an existing website and needed something that was more modern and fresh along with a logo design. Many of the team had different ideas and directions for the logo and eventually we all agreed on something simplistic. The Royal Adelaide have much to offer, including rooms, weddings, events, food and meeting room hire. It has been fantastic to work with a hotel and a great project to start the new year. Read […]

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Xtreme Energy

Over the last few months I have been working closely with Xtreme Energy who are bringing out a new energy drink that is unlike anything on the market! I have been involved from the start to end of the tasting, sampling, design and development of the drink, as well as working towards creating a new branding and identity for Xtreme Energy. You may notice the fonts and the X in the design looks similar to another project – they are in fact involved with Xtreme CSC gym in Chetlenham! A […]

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New Project – Barber n’ Bar

I’m pleased to announce the new launch of Barber n’ Bar’s website! I have worked along side this client for the last couple of months to create a unique logo that compliments the barber shop’s interior design and theme, along with various designs for prints including business cards and flyers to promote the new business. The shop has received great feedback so far, and I wish them great success from here onwards! View the full project »  

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JQuery Tutorial: Drop Down Menu

In this tutorial I will show you how to use  jQuery to create a simple drop down menu when the mouse hovers over the main navigation. No advanced skills are needed! Click to view the live demo » To begin, set up your menu using a non ordered list as follows: As you can see, the sub menu is nested underneath one of the list items. (<li>). Now we head over to the css to style accordingly. We use positon:relative for the <li>’s and position:absolute for the sub menu (ul#nav […]

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