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The diary of a freelance web designer

Why I develop in WordPress

Check out this great infographic about Wordpress and it’s usage in 2013. Most impressively, did you know that WordPress powers almost 20% of the entire internet?

Posted in: Tips

Next Stop: Happily Ever After!

Two of my most favourite people in the world got married last weekend. It’s quite the love story. Together since Year 10, they’ve lived all over the place! Always together, even if sometimes geographically apart. How to remind them of all the significant people and places that have helped shape the beautiful life they’ve made together?… Read more »

Posted in: Show and Tell

When regular old Lorem Ipsum just wont do.

For most designers/developers, Lorem Ipsum is a familiar term. Lorem Ipsum is the ‘go to’ website for generating placeholder text for brochures, websites etc, before the real life copy has even been written or arrived. I’ve generated hundreds of paragraphs of the stuff, and likely so have you. But it’s always so serious. And predictable. And… Read more »

Posted in: Funnies

Design Work featured in 100 Layer Cake

Thanks 100 Layer Cake, one of the biggest and bestest wedding blogs around, for featuring my custom wedding artwork and designs. Here’s a teaser… Tent fold Menus Chair signs Tattoo bar! Complete with personalised tattoos. Cause lolly bars have been (over) done. “I went to Ross and Emjs wedding and all i got was this lousy… Read more »

Posted in: Inspire

It’s Hip To Be Square Flat

Drop shadows, outer glows and inner bevels are out, and flat interfaces with bright blocks of colour are in. And I like it!

Posted in: Trending

Unhand that Smart Object!

Hey Photoshoppers, ever thought that Smart Objects were a great way to keep your PSDs neat and tidy, but a pain in butt to edit / make changes to once converted?

Posted in: Tips

Just My Type

Looking for a cool new font for your website or print documents? Here are a few of the better font sites I use.

Posted in: Tips

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