Is the website hero image/slider stronghold on its way out, in place of something just as visually pleasing, but more useable?
Hi, I’m Emma Paul, an experienced Freelance Web Designer, Front End Developer and Graphic Designer in Sydney, Australia.
With a HUGE passion for design, typography, colour and the web, I find a certain joy in bringing these four elements together. In my 15 years within the industry, I’ve worked in the corporate, agency and government sectors with some great organisations including triple j & the ABC, JWT and Clemenger BBDO. I’ve also worked with a bunch of small and medium sized businesses to create beautiful and useable web presences, and matching printed/marketing materials.
What’s your next project?
I’d love to be involved. firstname.lastname@example.org
What can I help with?
- Websites Packages
- Responsive & Mobile friendly websites
- Graphic Design & Logo Design
- Freelance Services (per hour/day)
- Healcode and MINDBODY Integration
- HTML Emails & Mailchimp Templates
- Front End Development
- Wedding Invitations & Stationery
- Yoga, Pilates & Fitness Studio Web Design
In 190 characters or less… #twitterfail
Web Design, Graphic Design and Freelance Services in Sydney. WordPress lover, Comic Sans hater. Can design & build from scratch, or bring your completed concepts to life, on any devices.
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Please also note I am NOT interested in outsourcing SEO/web design/development to your offshore business, or putting money into your western union money account. #itsnotyouitsme
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On 6 September 6 2016, MINDBODY acquired Healcode, and are now offering their customers the Healcode experience and more, via their “Web Tools” service available on the PRO plan and higher.
Imagine this. You bundle up your dirty washing, take it all the way to the laundry and pop it into the machine. You carefully add the right amount of washing liquid and push the buttons to begin your cycle. But nothing happens. There’s no sounds that plays when you turn the machine on, or when you select your cycle, and no indicator lights recognising and acknowledging your actions. You’d think your machine was broken, right? Same goes for user experience online.
My 15 minutes of fame! As featured on Adobe’s Creative Cloud blog: Ask a UXpert: Designs We Love, October Edition Read the full article here EP x
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Hey business owner… did you know your website design, build and maintenance costs are tax deductible, some in whole, and some on an ongoing/annual basis? For the latest details about ATO deductions and your eligibility, visit: https://www.ato.gov.au/Business/Income-and-deductions-for-business/In-detail/Other-deductions/Claiming-website-costs/ Here is a selection of helpful narrative examples provided on the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) website: Joe operates a suburban plumbing service. He… Read more »
Are you a builder/ carpenter/ plumber/electrician/ tiler/ tradie / handyman in Sydney or the Illawarra? Cause I’m a darn good Web Designer and Graphic Designer who would be interested in swapping some of what you’re good at, for some of what I am. Let’s swap skills, not money.
Did you know… that Blue is the most commonly used email CTA button colour? And Brown the least? Or that requesting feedback of your email within your email is #sohothotrightnow? Check out these 10 Email Design Trends for 2016 so far, as noted by Mailchimp and Really Good Emails EP x