If you’re looking for a friendly affordable designer to help you with your website, Shopify store, WordPress blog or print projects then you’ve come to the right place! I have 15 years of experience working in web and graphic design and love helping people to get their businesses online and looking awesome. I also run my own store selling products I design and illustrate and run a successful blog with thousands of followers so I know what I’m doing and can pass on what I’ve learned to you.
With my colourful, cute and quirky style inspired by my visits to Japan, I can help you stand out from the crowd, while also making sure the boring technical stuff is bang up to date. I work by myself so you always get the personal touch and I never tire of explaining how things work or how to do something more affordably.
My aim is that you have the website you always wanted at a price that suits you and with the ability to keep things running yourself.
Sound good? Have a look around at some of my previous work or get in touch for a quote or just to chat. I’d love to hear from you!
I like to have a monthly project for each year as it makes sure I’m creating new work regularly. This year I’m creating craft tutorials with paper cutting so people can make cards, decorations and more featuring my kawaii characters. You can view all the projects on my Asking For Trouble blog.
I haven’t been posting much new work here as most of my web design jobs are still ongoing. I find I do a lot more consultancy work than actual web design, which is just as enjoyable but less photogenic. Please do get in touch if you need some advice and ideas for improving your Shopify store or have a fun project in mind.
I’m still sharing my product design, illustration, photography and general life updates regularly on my Asking For Trouble blog and on Instagram if you’d like to see more of what I’m up to. I’ve just started playing my new new iPad and Apple Pencil so you can expect some new styles and experiments this year.
The rest of my monthly pattern designs for 2016. You can read more about this project at Asking For Trouble.
I’m not going to post my monthly wallpapers and product designs here every month (you can follow my Asking For Trouble blog or social media for that), but here are the new patterns I’ve created so far this year. They’re available in my on-demand stores on fabric, wallpaper, homeware, gadget cases, clothing, bedding and much more.
I’m now back at work and accepting new clients and projects for February onwards. Just get in touch for a quote or to discuss your project.
2016 is a big year for me and I have lots of plans including another trip to Japan. I also received a lot of new art supplies for Christmas so I’m looking forward to playing with them and seeing what new ideas they give me.
After the success of my free wallpaper project in 2015, I’m continuing it into 2016 with a new patterned theme and now including tablet options and a printable planner. I usually wait until the end of the month to collect all my new work here so if you’d like to download the wallpapers and planner on the 1st, join my mailing list, follow my Asking For Trouble blog or check my Free Wallpapers page.
Each month in 2015 I chose one of my characters to spotlight – creating free desktop and mobile wallpapers, adding them to on-demand products and designing new patterns, products, printables and more. For the final month of December I created a new Snowflake character. Below are some of the final pieces.
Each month in 2015 I am choosing one of my characters to spotlight – creating free desktop and mobile wallpapers, adding them to on-demand products and designing new patterns, products, printables and more. November was a bumper month with all three of my gingerbread characters featured plus a repeat pattern. Below are some of the final pieces.
My 2016 calendar designs are also available as mugs on-demand from Society6, Redbubble and Zazzle.
All my calendar designs have been updated for 2016 and are available on a range of products on-demand including posters and notebooks and fabric for tea towels.
Each month in 2015 I am choosing one of my characters to spotlight – creating free desktop and mobile wallpapers, adding them to on-demand products and designing new patterns, products, printables and more. October’s character was a sad trapped ghost – he may look cute but don’t let him out – he’s very mischievous! Below are some of the final pieces.
I recently worked with The Bellwether to update their Shopify store with a fresh new look. The shop is now responsive for mobile shopping and includes some helpful new features for custom products, reviews and more. We also brightened the colour scheme, which is set off by some lovely product photography by Holly Booth.
Each month in 2015 I am choosing one of my characters to spotlight – creating free desktop and mobile wallpapers, adding them to on-demand products and designing new patterns, products, printables and more. September’s character was a happy onigiri rice ball and below are some of the final pieces.