Web Design From A Distance

Web Design From A Distance

It really doesn’t make any difference to me if I’m creating a website for a client in Edinburgh or a client in the Highlands of Scotland, the Dordogne valley in France or Golden Bay in New Zealand! As long as you have a web connection we have the World Wide Web...

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Kevin Dagg – New Website

Kevin Dagg – New Website

I'm really proud of a new WordPress website I have just completed for artist Kevin Dagg at kevindagg.com. It's certainly helpful that I LOVE his work...totally up my street! He also has great images of the work so makes my job really easy. Kept it clean and simple,...

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Paul Church Gardens – New Website

Paul Church Gardens – New Website

I have recently completed a new website for Edinburgh based garden design company Paul Church Gardens. It was a real joy to work on a site for a gardener, with great images of planting and roof garden designs to die for! Paul Church said: “I really love my new website...

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Work Selected For Both SSA and VAS!

Work Selected For Both SSA and VAS!

I was really chuffed to have a piece of work selected for both the Society of Scottish Artists and Visual Arts Scotland's Annual Exhibitions in the National Galleries of Scotland's Royal Scottish Academy (RSA) building! Society of Scottish Artists (SSA) Annual...

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Websites for Artists by an Artist

Websites for Artists by an Artist

DO YOU WANT A WEBSITE? Are you an artist, or creative organisation, in need of a website to showcase your artwork, that you can update regularly yourself as and when you make new work, have an exhibition to promote or add to your CV, or want to share some...

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Marion Thomson – New Website

Marion Thomson – New Website

1 August 2014. 'I found Julia to be a talented, creative designer with plenty of experience and patience to help me create my website. I could not of done it without her!' Marion Thomson marionthomsonartist.co.uk

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Applied Arts Scotland Survey

Applied Arts Scotland Survey

  I have recently agreed to be an Ambassador for Applied Arts Scotland. AAS is a registered charity run by crafts people for both crafts people and those interested in craft. Visit their new website here: www.appliedartsscotland.org.uk. If you work in the Applied...

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Feedback from Knit, Nosh & Natter Workshop

Feedback from Knit, Nosh & Natter Workshop

Feedback From The Beginners Knitting Workshop   Knit, Nosh & Natter was a beginners knitting class, which I ran on Monday 26 May at the Waterside Bistro (www.watersidebistro.co.uk). It was a lovely day and a truly multicultural affair with with five attendees...

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Ian Douglas was an OK bloke.

Ian Douglas was an OK bloke.

Remembering Ian Douglas, artist, sculptor, photographer, actor, director, brother, son, husband, father... 20 May 1934 - 17 April 1978. My father, Ian Douglas, would have been 80 today. Sadly he died when he was only a year older than I am. But, 'Blokes like Ian you...

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Knit, Nosh & Natter

Knit, Nosh & Natter

Knit, Nosh & Natter Beginners knitting class – A very grown up affair! Tutor: Julia Douglas Monday 26 May (bank holiday), 10am – 3pm Venue: The Waterside Bistro, 1-5 Waterside, Haddington, EH41 4AT - www.watersidebistro.co.uk The Telegraph describes knitting as...

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Parker Knoll Re-upholstered

Parker Knoll Re-upholstered

  On the 26 April 2012 I enrolled in an upholstery class at Poldrate Arts & Crafts Centre, Haddington, in the belief that this would be an ideal addition to my skills as an all round Jack of all things textile. My tutor was the talented Sylvia Murray of...

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