Design for successful digital products and websites
My name’s Andy Clarke. I’m a well-known website designer, consultant, speaker, and writer on art direction and design for products and websites.
For 20 years, I’ve helped companies big and small to improve their website and product designs by providing consulting and design expertise.
My work is distinctive and original and I deliver engaging customer experiences and world-class designs.
I’m based in beautiful North Wales and work with businesses, charities, companies, and NGOs all over the world. I regularly work alongside designers, developers, and leadership teams to create designs, processes, and systems which deliver results.
I consult with companies on art direction for the web, design systems, and style guides, speak at conferences world-wide, and write books about art direction and web design.
From my studio in North Wales I design creative and effective websites and engaging customer experiences for big businesses, SMEs, charities, and NGOs all over the world. I offer peace of mind that work will be carried out on time and on budget. ⋯
I consult with agencies and media companies on delivering art direction and creative design for the web. I work with product companies to deliver consistent brand experiences across marketing and products. ⋯
Through creative training sessions and 1–1 coaching, I offer advice on how to develop your skills as a designer and build your business or career. I’ll help you work through creative approaches to discover solutions that work for you. ⋯
World-class website and product designs
: Although their team’s stayed small, in the past twenty years, Animal Search has become the UK’s biggest and busiest missing pet finding service. They needed a brand identity and website design concepts which reflects that position.
Poems to Go
: One of the reasons for accepting this small project was to prove that, in the right hands, small businesses can benefit from thoughtful design without it costing the Earth. In less than two weeks, we proved precisely that.
: After a previous attempt at redesigning failed to deliver either a compelling website design or a consistent experience of their brand, Welsh Rarebits asked me to step in a few weeks before their annual members’ meeting.
: The UK is facing a homelessness crisis and Equfund raises money from patrons to help solve the problem. For six weeks, I worked with them to refresh their visual identity, redesign their website, and develop a consistent brand experience for customers across their different channels and touch-points