Designer living in Glasgow with over 12 years working experience - ranging from freelancer to university tutor - and an ever-growing passion for creating 'stuff' whatever it may be.
In the summer of 2011 my friend, Andy Davidson, and I created Whisky Blender: a website allowing people to create their very own personalised custom bottle of Scotch whisky. Four years later we cloned it to produce Rum Blender in partnership with rum.nl in Amsterdam.
Simple wee app designed to allow users to learn one Weegie word for each letter of the alphabet (complete with photo, definitions, explanation and pronunciation soundbite. Sadly the app content was deemed too "questionable" by Apple and therefore was never released. It now exists only as a Tumblr site.
I've been involved in various Glencairn projects over the years including business cards, websites, Tshirts, engravings, banners and more. Most recently I was tasked with designing their mobile responsive corporate site.
Inspired by the adorably simplistic illustrations of Heather Miller, I designed this simple avatar building app as an experiment in user interaction. So cute! The app was built by Grant Kerr and is available for download from the appstore.
A quick little app in response to all the profile pictures that started appearing with "Yes" stickers on them during the Scottish Independence Referendum. Built for iOS and Android by the talented Mr Iain Smith.
Working with David Wagner and Mary Clayton, this ambitious project is a single-word review app allowing people to view and submit words to describe any film. Very much in construction right now but hoping to launch in 2016.
A WeeWorld app I conceived and designed that slaps stickers onto photos creating funny images for you to share with friends. Available on iPhone and iPad from the appstore.
Created by developer geniuses, Jason Frame and Lewis Mckenzie, this is an iPhone version of the world's original board game (Tafl) which I created all the graphics for.