A few things I've worked on
"I design things for web and mobile"
Hello there, I’m Daniel Trevenna, a freelance digital designer specialising in web and app design, with a keen eye for the details and usability.
I enjoy creating interesting and unique user experiences, keeping a look out for the latest design techniques and styles. My skills not only lie in web and mobile but also print design and video editing.
With years of industry experience, I have worked with various clients from new businesses to high profile companies and offer a range of skills that include web, app and print design. I am available to take on full projects or simply be an extra pair of designer hands when you’ve got a lot going on.
My role involved the design and creation of brand focused online materials, including four-weekly newsletters and advertisements, for a wide range of territories.
Responsibilities included constantly working to tight deadlines, supervision and support of an assistant designer, maintaining consistency of the brand while keeping it fresh and communicating across departments.
After moving to the Isle of Wight in 2012, I started work as a freelance digital designer, securing a number of regular clients, both based on the Isle of Wight and the mainland.
Work mainly focused on web site design for startups, rebranding existing companies and creating advertising materials.
To develop my business, getting new clients, building on existing client relationships and attending networking events was essential.
I was initially taken on board as a freelancer for a single project and become a permanent member of the design team after three months, playing an integral role in the companies development.
My role evolved to take on a wider variety of work and responsibility, working closely with a broad range of clients and occasionally taking on consultative roles. Providing clear design solutions to communicate effectively whilst remaining sympathetic to the demands of the brief.
As the team was small, the ability to take on a variety of tasks and switch roles was essential.