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Web Designer,
Gamer & INFJ

My Focus


Album artwork for Being Funny In A Foreign Language by The 1975
4 out of 5 stars
The best 1975 album and the first one to exceed the sum of its parts. Objectively this should be a 5 star review but I can’t quite get past their self reverence

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Being Funny In A Foreign Language by The 1975
Poster artwork for All Quiet On The Western Front
4 out of 5 stars
Brutal and visceral, I mostly enjoyed this because it’s the less-covered of the World Wars. However, I failed to attach myself to the characters emotionally.

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All Quiet On The Western Front

About Me

Hi, I’m Jay, a freelance web designer and developer that builds custom marketing websites with small creative agencies. No boring templates here, please! Give me a PDF, Adobe XD file, or whatever format you like, and I’ll translate it into a beautiful and professional website. Don’t need a content management system? I’ll happily design it in pure HTML / CSS to save you money. We can move it to a Content Management System later if needed.

I’m a designer who codes or a coder who designs. I have 12 years of experience and take pride in art direction, typography, and front-end development. Since I come from a design background, I especially enjoy working with small creative agencies. Did I mention that already? It doesn’t hurt to say it again.

Talking of Content Management Systems, I specialise in Statamic. I focus on a single CMS, so I can develop your site confidently and quickly—building you a website without third-party dependencies, giving you access to the most beautiful editing experience I’ve seen.

The sites I build are high-quality, performant, secure, and SEO-friendly. I effectively build on top of Laravel, widely regarded as the “Apple” of frameworks. It’s the most well-maintained PHP framework today.

And what about me? I’m originally from Wales, but I’ve lived in London for 15 years—so I can design like a hipster startup and drink coffee like a snob, but you can still talk to me on a human level, boyo. I have a zippy e-bike to take me into central London a few days a week. Cycling 11 miles takes less time than travelling by train, which still blows my mind! I arrive at the office, cheating time with 40 minutes of cardio.

My spare time is split between cycling, racket sports, playing video games with childhood friends who live in different countries and tinkering with side projects. As part of that, I run a Design Critique community – feel free to join our Discord channel.

* My favourite stuff.