November 8, 2017Comments are off for this post.

Sketch Template Starter — Another Freebie

In a previous blog post I outlined the seven steps of my typical web design process. To further speed up that process I work from a Sketch Template Starter I put together. This freebie will help you to quickly organise your next project's typography, colours, and other UI elements (responsive layouts, buttons, forms, etc) into a flexible, easy to use design system powered by Sketch's symbols functionality, text and shared styles.

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December 5, 2016Comments are off for this post.

The Visual Web Design Process: Seven Steps

My typical website design process consists of three key stages: 1) Consultancy. 2) Design. 3) Development. This particular post is a very practical one. It describes the second stage - a seven step visual design process. By this point in the process, the consultancy package has been signed off. This should ideally include agreed project and creative briefs, wireframes, prototypes, technical specifications, budgets, and timeframes. So where do you start with step two, and how do you get into the right frame of mind?

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January 15, 2014Comments are off for this post.

Design That Never Was №2

It's been awhile (almost four months to be precise) since the first one of these articles under the "Design That Never Was" heading. Although the design itself was finished shortly after it. I do apologise. So without further ado, please welcome...

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January 3, 2014Comments are off for this post.

12 Most Inspirational Websites of 2013

I've been fortunate to work as a creative web designer for many years now. And it is a very rewarding and exciting time to be one. Designers tend to love their trade as it keeps their brains engaged and it's very rewarding. It also, however, brings a lot challenges.

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September 27, 2013Comments are off for this post.

Design That Never Was №1

The Design That Never Was will be an ongoing series of blog articles dedicated to the part of the work that was completed for a project, but for various reasons never saw the light of day (until now, that is). Whether another option was chosen by a client, someone changed their mind, or decided to go in a different direction, here will be a place where tribute can be paid to the designs which were prematurely put to rest.

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