Back in the swing of things now… Speedy output of a designed holding page for a new TV company Follow up and prep for a website for a cat groomer Continued support for Debbie’s campaign (help her out, she’s so close to her goal – protecting people in care homes) Alchemy Photography has had a […]
The first week back after the Christmas break is always busy, usually with lots of little jobs and setting things up for January. With nothing new to share, I thought I would run down how 2016 went for Jaz Design. Business Development 2016 was about solidifying my position as a freelancer. It was a year […]
The Jaz Design offices are officially closed from today. We reopen on the 3rd of January 2017! I want to say a huge thank you to all my clients, followers, friends, and everyone who has supported me, worked with me and helped out over the past year. It’s been a really interesting year, and I […]
Xmas Note: The office will be closed from 22nd December, reopening on 3rd of January. Work continued on the hair extensions, photography and law change websites. Quotes were sent out for work to start in Jan/Feb. A medical tech company signed off my web designs, which means I can now start bringing their new website […]
The tree is up, the shopping is done and I’m almost ready for Christmas. Work continued on the hair extensions website, law change campaign site and some other small bits and pieces. The designs for the food photography website have been signed off, which means the build has started. I’ve included a sneak peek of […]
Christmas is in the air, the building is covered in fairy lights, and as of today we only have a month to go. Whilst a lot of projects are getting wrapped up, some are just beginning. A logo I designed for a client’s special campaign was signed off this morning, hopefully we’ll be able to […]
Work hard, play hard. This week has been a mixture of finalising projects and time off for prebooked activities. Inspiration can come from anywhere, and work/life balance can be tough, especially in the busy run up to Christmas.
This book is geared towards the client, and if I could have every client read it, I would… Monteiro’s book shines a light on the [design project] process, gives you ideas on what to look for, how to find good designers and much more. It even has solutions for when things go wrong.
Events Reasons To Today is the last day to get the early bird tickets. Reasons is a fab conference, bursting with inspiration and wonderful people. Don’t miss out! Hustlemania I think there are still a couple of tickets left – this Friday JamFactory and Signalnoise go head to head in an inspiration-a-thon, at the Bristol Planetarium […]
I recently had a project that required some specific tuning to the tracking of the text – particularly with the headings and on display text. Browsers have come a long way in their capabilities, and now we have the letter-spacing property. This controls the tracking of the letters and allows you to get extra creative with […]
As usual the industry has provided a great selection of conferences, with a variety of topics and interesting speakers. I made it to a few this year, and had a lovely and informative time.
Erika Hall takes us through a few research methods for our web projects. She offers sound advice for working with clients, and offers suggestions for when large scale research isn’t possible. The book includes questionnaires, and processes we can follow on our own projects. Just Enough Research is another great addition to any web designer’s library. […]