“Damian took over the design and coding of our site after several previous attempts with other designers / developers. He was able to swiftly and competently answer our question, make the changes we requested to the design and fix the functionality issues we had. The result is a web site that we are very pleased with.”
— Thomas Teggin, Green & Teggin Architects
“Damian is an exceptional designer and developer. His work was always on time and completed to a high standard. He is an excellent communicator which helps when working on complex projects. Overall, Damian is a very pleasant and easy person to work with.”
— Simon Oliver, SO Creative
“I have worked with Damian for over 6 years on a multitude of projects with completely varied briefs. Damian has always tackled them head first offering ideas, solid structure and design flare. It is a pleasure to work with him, creating bespoke digital media.”
— Breon Snowdon, REAL DESIGN
I approach every project with passion and dedication, adopting a less is more mantra. My minimal and reductive design style balances effective visual communication with a sense of play to create a lasting impression.
During the latter stages of secondary school, throughout college and the first year of university I wanted to be a computer programmer. I loved the feeling and buzz of accomplishment, making something from scratch that solved a specific problem. In my second year of university I fell in love with building websites, giving me the same sense of satisfaction as programming did. From that point onwards I focussed entirely on website development, wrote my dissertation on it and since studying Internet Computing in Lincoln, I have been developing websites for over a decade.
Wanting to challenge myself with something new with a love of branding and the impact great brand identity can have for a business I focus on providing logo and visual identity services from my home studio.
Away from the desk I enjoy walking in the lovely Yorkshire Wolds, art galleries and The Arsenal. Oh and Back To The Future is the best trilogy ever to exist.