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Homepage of the IDX podcast website on a tablet sized device. A podcast episode is shown with some text about its content.
A flyout menu of podcast episodes, each one with unique polygon-style artwork.
Example of an episode with unique artwork.
Mobile Menu. Social Media Artwork. Example of an episode with unique artwork.

IDX

In my spare time I co-host a video game podcast called "I Don’t Have Time to Game Anymore”. Designing the website was a chance to make something fun and different, focusing on graphic design and browser filter effects. Visit the site.

Example of an episode with unique artwork.

Polygon art direction

Redesigning the podcast was a tricky tight rope to walk. I needed to balance conventional video game imagery while also trying to inject the personality of the show. I knew I didn't want to go down the whole digital 8-bit look and feel—that would feel overdone and lazy.

While experimenting I accidentally made my co-host look like a Nintendo 64 polygon model. This felt fun, modern but also old-fashioned, and most importantly on-brand. It was the inspiration for the design, and everything else followed.

Acumen

A large part of working with Acumen involved collaborating with their design department and fitting around their hectic schedule. My priority was a clean design to wrap around their beautiful product renders. Visit the site.

Example's of the Acumen site on mobile. An About page showing some design drawings and a mockup of a tablet device controlling airplane seating positions.
Acumen's Adient Aerospace project page on tablet, including intro text and a couple of shots of the Adient Aerospace designs.
Acumen's All Nippon Airways (ANA) project page on tablet, including a video intro and image gallery. Wide image showing rows of empty seats in the newly designed ANA airplane. A woman sitting down on an airplane seat with a laptop. She is surrounded by green material and a green screen, which Acumen used to mock up a video for ANA.
Wide images showing Acumen's Etihad sleep cabins and ANA's business class passenger lounge.

Flexible Projects

Acumen’s case studies are vital to them. To accommodate their long length and varying content, I built a modular case study system, using “blocks” to create case study pages around different projects.

Acumen's Etihad project page on mobile, including an intro video text and key details about the project.
Acumen's Etihad project page on laptop, including an intro video text and key details about the project.
Acumen's Etihad project page on tablet, including an intro video text and key details about the project. 1st class Etihad airplane cabin with a glass of champagne in the window area next to a leather-bound book and pen.
Homepage of the GB-Rail website on a tablet sized device. Rail profiles are shown with some intro text about GB-Rail.
Elastic Rail Clips category page on a tablet sized device. Wide image showing a rail cutter in use, sparks flying, with overlaid text.

GB-Rail

GB-Rail was a very satisfying project to work on, in close collaboration with one of my favourite photographers. I enjoyed adding typographic elements to give the website more of a unique feel. Visit the site.

Homepage of the GB-Rail website on a mobile sized device. Rail profiles are shown with some intro text about GB-Rail.
Wide image showing stacked rails with overlaid text.

A Niche Catalogue

The objective of the site was to show a catalogue of products and position GB-Rail as experts in a niche market. I created 10 product category pages and art directed imagery for the website.

Sleepers category page on a mobile sized device. A sleeper is shown followed by some text and a Sample Technical Drawings button.
Sleepers category page on a laptop sized device. A yard full of sleepers are shown followed by some text and sample technical drawings.
Sleepers category page on a tablet sized device. A sleeper is shown followed by some text and a yard full of sleepers. One of GB-Rail's warehouse, full of rail and rail accessory stock.

Work with Me

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.

I’d love to help with your website. If you have a project you’d like to talk about, contact me on +44 (0)794 391 0773 or contact@jaygeorge.co.uk. I can also meet you in central London for coffee.