Hello, I'm Jason. A digital designer who's been crafting online experiences since 2005.


Below is a small selection of projects that I've worked on over the last couple of years. Just let me know if you'd like to see more.


Buffalo

IA / Interface Design

Buffalo are a Brighton-based web development agency founded in 2006. Dan approached me in the summer of 2012 asking if I could redesign their site. Working with the witty new identity provided by I Love Dust, I created a modern, responsive design which sought to be individual and convey the character of the team at Buffalo.

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Sport Pursuit

Identity / IA / Interface Design / Email Marketing

Sport Pursuit is a startup specialising in flash sales for sports gear and equipment. I created a new identity based upon their previous brand, as well as a structure for the new site through user journeys and wireframing. Finally, I designed templates for all page-types and elements, including a mobile version. After the relaunch, they won New eRetailer of the Year.

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High Impact

Interface Design

High Impact are an interntionally renowned, US visual media agency, who create graphics, animations and presentations for clients in pharmaceutical, aerospace, alternative energy, and many other fields. A clean but confident aesthetic was created to highlight the work and for ease-of-use.

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Simple Shop

Identity / IA / Interface Design

Currently in beta, Simple Shop is an online shop builder which includes Point-of-Sales software. My responsibilities included creating designs for the marketing site and the admin system, as well as the POS software which is optimised for use on an iPad.

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Bored of Southsea

IA / Interface Design

Bored of Southsea is an independent streetwear shop founded in 2006. Working on the redesign was a real pleasure as I created the previous version whilst at Buffalo, back in 2007. We decided upon a magazine-style homepage that would draw users to desired, specific sections, whilst employing a no-nonsense layout which puts emphasis on the products.

If you're interested in working together and would like to see more of what I've done, just let me know.