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Art directon, web designing, UX, Graphic designing, motion graphics, photography and all Inbetween.

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22 February 2017

Nice lad. Patient and delivers on time



21 February 2017

I've know him for many years and I can say that he is without a doubt the hardest worker I know



20 February 2017

Fantastic work, excellent designs.



20 February 2017

Great designer.. Hard worker and very passionate! Keep up the good work mate


Usability and functionality, not the visual design, determine the success of a web-site. Since the visitor of the page is the only person who clicks the mouse and therefore decides everything, the user-centric design has become a standard approach for successful and profit-oriented web design. After all, if users can’t use a feature, it might even exist.

What's your goal?
This is probably the most important question when discussing projects with clients. It’s not about the design or the color scheme and such, it’s about getting to know the company. You want to understand why they went into business and even how they went in business. A deeper connection with your client and with the company make it so much easier to understand what they like and what will fit for them.

Inspiration. In which you generate a large number of ideas
This is the research or idea-generation phase. The process is uninhibited and charactersed by spontaneity, experimentation, intuition, and risk-taking.

Clarification In which you focus on your goals. Distillation In which you look through the ideas you have generated and try to determine which ones to work on Here ideas from the inspiration phase are sifted through and evaluated usually in the light of the findings of a clarification phase. The best ideas are chosen for further development, or are combined into even better ideas.

Perspiration In which you work determindedly on your best ideas. This is where the real work is done. You are involved in determined and persistent effort towards your goal, this will usually involve further 'inspiration' ‘distillation’ and 'clarification' phases.

Evaluation This is a review phase in which you look back over your work in progress
Incubation In which you leave the work alone, though you still ponder about it occasionally, leaving it ‘on the surface of your mind’.

Many brilliant ideas have occurred in the bath, or in traffic jams. If you are able to stop work on a project for a few days, perhaps to work on other things, this will give your subconscious time to work on any problems encountered, it will also distance you somewhat from your ideas so that you are better able to evaluate them.

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Well I always deliver great jobs in the allocated timelines