I'm Adam Mulgrew - a graphic designer and front end web developer currently living and working in Edinburgh, Scotland. With five years experience in the web design industry, I enjoy creating unique, well structured web solutions in a variety of different styles. I have a strong working knowledge of XHTML and CSS, as well as almost a decade's experience of using Photoshop at a very high standard. I am also proficient in other design software such as Illustrator, InDesign and Flash as well as being up to speed with the latest web technologies including HTML5, CSS3 and jQuery.

What I do and how I do it

What I do...

Web design
Graphic design
Logo design
Web development

How I do it...

With passion, creativity and a keen eye for detail. I have experience working with Photoshop at a high level, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Flash, InDesign, HTML5, CSS3, jQuery and various different CMS solutions. I also have strong knowledge of Search Engine Optimisation and eCommerce solutions.

When I'm not working...

I'm an avid movie fan who can often be found at the cinema or working on my movie blog seensome.com. It's not all sitting in dark rooms looking at screens though, I also enjoy football, music and socialising with real people...

Work Experience

After obtaining my HND in Multimedia Creation through a two year course at Jewel & Esk College in 2006, I went on to study Interactive Multimedia Development at Abertay University in Dundee.

I then found a job as a web designer and developer with the UK's market leader for content management websites for the SME sector. In almost five years there, I was responsible for obtaining a design brief from clients before designing and building strong bespoke CMS or e-commerce websites to suit their business.

Earlier this year, I moved onto a small up and coming agency based in Edinburgh, working primarily as a designer but also delving into a lot of front end web development for a variety of clients, from local businesses to large, international clients.

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