Hi, my name is Doug Stewart, I'm a web designer and client-side developer available for hire in North America.

A quick guide to my work

About Doug, The Designer/Coder

I am currently:
Unavailable, I've been hired!
I'm 60% designer and 40% developer

Web Designer Front-End Developer

I began my career back in 2004 working as a freelancer for small, local organizations. As time progressed I began contracting out to larger companies such as Tag New Media, through whom I was able to work with Rossignol, and Ancile Solutions Ltd., an SAP Software Partner.

Over the course of my career, I've worked as both a web designer and a client-side developer. This wider understanding of the web design process allows me to foresee and address issues from both sides. Furthermore, it enables me to plan ahead for enhancements that will be added during development. This ability, in conjunction with many others, allows me to be a great asset to any employer.

Throughout my career I have sought to increase my knowledge of my trade. To that end I was able to gain further understanding of design and the web by obtaining an FdA in Design Practice from the Camberwell College of Communication and a BA(Hons) in Digital Media Production from the London College of Communication.

As my career progresses, I aim to move higher in the ranks and obtain a position as a full-time designer in a design team.

  • Adobe PhotoshopFluentHome
  • Adobe IllustratorFluentHome
  • Adobe InDesignFluentHome
  • Adobe FlashSkilledHome
  • Panic CodaFluentHome
  • XHTML/HTML5Fluent
  • CSS 2.1 & CSS3Fluent
  • JavaScriptAdvanced
  • XSLTAdvanced
  • PHPLearning
  • Symphony CMSAdvancedHome
  • jQueryAdvancedHome

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Design Work, Plus Some Experiments

My portfolio contains a variety of cross-disciplinary work that I have accumulated over my career, ranging from large projects to personal experiments—these are a few of my favorites.

Featured Projects

Contacting Me, Email and Phone

If you’re interested in hiring me, or just have some questions for me about my work, feel free to get in touch! I’m rarely too far from my computer so email is the best way to contact me.

A good secondary for a quick conversation is my mobile phone which is listed below. Conversations over Skype of various instant messenger clients can also be arranged, just drop me an e-mail and we’ll figure something out.

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