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Hi


"You know that thing when you can finally see the wood for the trees?"
#inotherwords <new website on the way> OMG

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Hi


"You know that thing when you can finally see the wood for the trees?"
#inotherwords <new website on the way> OMG

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While you're waiting


Why don't you stalk me?

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While you're waiting


Why don't you stalk me?

Don't really stalk me just follow me around the internet in lots of different and socially acceptable ways

Instagram soothes my soul


...and my tweets are award winning (well my cat thinks so)


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Oh I also did this project recently


It was called Twenty One Days of Habit...

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Oh I also did this project recently


It was called Twenty One Days of Habit...

Throughout my late teens and early twenties, it was always said that it takes 21 days to make or break a habit and even though this fact has now changed it status to myth I can't help but think it still holds a good foundation for the alteration of our daily, monthly and yearly patterns. 

TWENTY ONE DAYS OF HABIT is a new project that looks each day at one of 21 habits that I want to make or break throughout 2014

Each day I will be asked the same questions:

Why this habit?
How has it effected you? How do you hope it will effect you?
How has it effected others? How do you hope it will effect others?
Think it'll be a hard one to break/make?
Any other comments?

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I guess I should tell you


I have skills (I once climbed this tree for a dare)

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I guess I should tell you


I have skills (I once climbed this tree for a dare)

Apart from being able to rub my tummy and pat my head at the same time. I'm also a freelance graphic designer, skilled in both online and offline. As many of my friends say, I've made my living from being able to draw and colour in really well. 

Okay, seriously now, creativity has always been at the core of everything I am and everything I do, the thrill of lateral thinking and finding a beautiful solution to a problem is a feeling that little else can compare to.

I love knowing about "stuff", there's no other way to describe it, your passion inspires my enthusiasm, it's rare for me to just do what you ask me to do, I need to understand why you want it done that way and whether there is a better way to do it. 

Over the past eleven years (sob) I've worked in a variety of disciplines including graphic design, photography, typography, illustration, hand lettering, print, app design, front-end web design but for me the golden thread that ties this all together is user experience. It's a term that has frivolously been scattered around over recent years, but for me it's the key to every project I turn my hand to. I wrote a little article over here about it.