Dan has worked as a UI/Visual designer and front-end developer for over 20 years, creating user centred responsive websites, ecommerce websites, apps, software interfaces, digital and print campaigns, branding, and onsite digital experiences. Dan has a mix of creative and technical skills in multiple sectors.
Dan loves hands-on creative work. He's performed on stages of 5000+ audiences playing guitar and singing, and he's restored two classic cars, renovated two homes, and currently working on a VW campervan build.
"Where focus goes, energy flows" - Tony Robbins
I love learning new things and I use www.YouTube.com all the time for both inspiration and learning new skills.
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I really rate Canva as a quick easy tool for non designers, helps to give structure to any quick piece of work needed https://www.canva.com and is perfect for formatting graphics and images for use in social media.
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Having known Nathan and Digital Wonderlab for several years, we are comfortable with the ethics the business is based upon – technology with purpose! This was important to us as we operate within the IT sector and rely very much on sound knowledge and experience.
Digital Wonderlab are flexible, committed and invested in the business. We really like that we have a partner for the longer term and the UX journey we went through with them was great. They created a solution by looking at the business problem they needed to solve, and they really challenged us.
Digital Wonderlab took time to understand who we are and where we needed to be; we are a small charity and didn’t think such a project would be achievable. They were able to help us see the possibilities and talked to us in a way that made sense.
Digital Wonderlab just get the world of a mental health charity, and how we work. I always felt that the team had our back and provided a safe pair of hands throughout the process.
Digital Wonderlab understood the world of charity and our needs. We drew up a wish list of solutions, but the main thing was that they understand the charity perspective. They know that we have limited funding for these types of projects, because it’s our supporters’ money that is paying for projects like these.