Hey! I’m Jacob, a full stack designer from the South West.

I have been working professionally as a designer for the last 4 years. I have worked in a large range of projects within many design disciplines (digital interfaces, websites and print). I enjoy the challenge of solving problems with design while also creating an unparalleled easy to use “user experience”.

I spent my rare spare time while not freelancing, learning web development. This knowledge acts a great tool to allow me to create smaller websites from scratch and communicate with developers in their own language. Bridging the gap between design and engineering.

In my spare time, I enjoy playing for my local football team and expanding my knowledge of global economics & computer science (mainly AI at the moment).

Recently completed projects.

Client's testimonial.

Frank Collings
Managing Director – Queen’s Lane Consultants

“Jacob was fantastic throughout the entire process, he was up to speed and informed, professional and good to deal with. I would recommend him to anyone in need of a professional website designer.”

My services.

Tools I use.

Client list.

WTF is a full stack designer?

In the computer science world, the phrase “full-stack” (or full-stack designer) was coined to mean someone who could single-handedly tackle every layer of software development. These exceptional folks had their pick of jobs and commanded exorbitant salaries. Still do, actually.

Source: flatironschool.com/blog/what-is-full-stack-design

The thing is, it's very easy to be different,
but very difficult to be better.