“There are two ways of constructing a software design. One way is to make it so simple that there are obviously no deficiencies. And the other way is to make it so complicated that there are no obvious deficiencies.”
If I met you I’d describe myself as an avid mobile and web developer, crazy sportsman and a wireless robot traveller.
I first started designing websites and programming over five years ago. It started off with a few websites for friends and family, a few apps to help with my rowing commitments, which soon evolved into a few professional websites, some of which you can see below.
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“There are three responses to a piece of design – yes, no, and WOW! Wow is the one to aim for.” -Milton Glaser
As an operational consulting company, Stratasia has a long track record of helping start-up and middle size businesses to successfully establish themselves in Asia and the Far East.
We provided Stratasia with a sleek website that combined great content with stunning design. We’re proud to help out startups.
SellingiPhones.com is a small business situated in London which buys broken iPhones and fixes them for you. They also have a blog page where they talk about the recent changes and rumours in the upcoming iPhones.
We designed a simple website that integrates with payment gateways in order to increase their exposure, and start making business online. We helped them lay out their social media roadmap.
Every Saturday, a small group of dedicated sportsmen enter the dojo, young and old. To perform the art of Judo, 柔道.
The website has allowed them to increase the amount of people connected to this traditional martial art, as well as document and share to the world their competitions and news.
Promote your sites was launched on the first of January in 2012, featuring tips and blog posts on Search Engine Optimisation.
The website layout allowed multiple guest writers to easily submit articles for review, and have them displayed in an engaging and clear way.
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Let me leave you with a last quote...
“How long should you try? Until.”