Design Is a Job

After taking my copy of “Design Is a Job” from London, to Miami, home to London and then back out to Austin (via a swimming pool somewhere along the way) my copy is looking a little battered and bruised. This book is basically all the mistakes I learnt over 10 years of business, rolled into […]

The Industry and Responsive Design

So, I’m trying to get a handle on where we as an industry are fitting Responsive design into our everyday business – we might have grasped designing with fluid layouts, percentages and em’s but from a logistical point of view, how have we integrated it into what we already do? I want to try and […]


I’ve just got back from 2 weeks away in Florida, I took my first trip to the States of 2012 to be part of the “Front End Design Conference” in Tampa. This was one of my favourite conferences of 2010 and I was thrilled and honoured to be invited back for 2012. I piggybacked my […]

Rush Jobs Are Rarely Necessary

I have had my fair share of interesting moments with clients over the years. One that particularly stands out was when I was heading on a trip to Spain with some pals one Summer, my fight left at 9pm and I was still in my office in Leigh-on-Sea at 5pm with a client who had […]

Ideas of March

blog |bläg| noun a personal website or web page on which an individual records opinions, links to other sites, etc. on a regular basis. The “regular basis” part of the above description from the dictionary, is the part I struggle with the most. I adore writing and I equally love reading the blogs of people […]