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I'm a designer who has worn multiple hats, both metaphorically speaking AND for real, since writing my first “Hello World” HTML in 1997.
I advocate fast sites working across devices that help, not hinder, users.
When I'm not sweating for readies?
Occasionally I create and design for kicks & sometimes a piece will make it out into the world: like a recent portrait I did of an actual Jeremy Corbyn spotted in the wild.
When I tried one of David Cameron my pencil spontaneously combusted: Ganesha bless the little fuckmonkie (the pencil that is - not Dave).
Wire-frames & prototypes: educating rentalcars
Using wire-frames and prototypes to communicate the benefits of content parity between devices. With desktop ported to mobile you reassure visitors of brand continuity and allow any previous site interaction and expectation to have an air familiarity.
The mobile site, when I began, designed by Pete Blakemore & overseen by Head of Design was at this point…
rentalcars prototype showing content parity
My proposals were rejected initially but when implemented the site started down the path to profitability. You can see some screen–shots from the site after my improvements here.
Designed for personal relaxation my response to the Vormator challenge was selected to appear in this wonderful international publication. I imposed more restrictions upon my idea than the creative brief called for and decided to use the Vormator elements once only.
In the words of the Vormator team:
“Vormator is the ultimate design challenge that requires each artist to create a one-page visual by using only eight shapes within a set of given rules.”
“The best works published in this book were selected from over five hundred submissions from all over the world.”
The Hive: design for an architectural screen
An architectural screen design for The Hive with a solid 40% covering of the available surface (approximately 9.5m by 45m) acting as a baffle to light and sound. I envisaged the two major verticals, within the copper coated weave, filled with ivy to compliment a weathered metallic green & fulfil the briefs call for "robust" materials.
Other design stuff can be seen on my old site
This latest version of mobobo.co.uk is a work in progress so if you'd like to see past examples of work you'll need to go to the old site which you can get to using the link below.Old portfolio work ⇒