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Web Designer,
Gamer & INFJ



Album artwork for RTJ4 by Run the Jewels
2 out of 5 stars
The older I get, the more I dabble in—and enjoy—hip-hop. Lyrically Run The Jewels are the band we need in 2020, but musically it loses steam 3 tracks in.

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RTJ4 by Run the Jewels
Poster artwork for The Death of Stalin
3 out of 5 stars
Not a serious documentary but a comedy satire made by Armando Iannucci of Alan Partridge and Veep fame. Hilarious in parts but just a chuckle in others.

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About Me

Hi, I’m Jay—a designer who codes, a coder who designs, or a gamer with no time to game anymore. I take pride in art direction, attention to detail, typography, front-end design, and client communication. I’m originally from Wales but I’ve lived in London for 12 years—so I’m a coffee snob but you can still talk to me on a human level, boyo.

I really enjoy designing and building custom websites that don’t look like boring templates. This is my happy place. The sites I build are high-performance, high-quality, and SEO-friendly. I also love working with creative agencies and designers. Give me a PDF, Adobe XD file, or whatever format you’d like, and I’ll translate it into a beautiful website.

This wouldn’t be an “About Me” section if I didn’t mention hobbies. I have a zippy road bike to take me into London a couple of days a week. Cycling 11 miles takes the same amount of time as travelling by train. This still blows my mind! I arrive at the office (thanks, COVID!) feeling smug that I’ve just cheated time with a cardio workout. Discovering London with a Beeline is such a joy.

My spare time is split between playing squash, video games, and tinkering with web side projects. As part of that I run a Design Critique community – feel free to join here. Downtime involves playing video games with childhood friends who now live in different countries.

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