Entries by Iain Cameron

Football illustrations and designs for Brønshøj Boldklub

It has been my immense pleasure and privilege to create some designs and illustrations for the football team Brønshøj Boldklub this season. Brønshøj BK are currently in the fifth tier of Danish football. Brønshøj is one of the ten regions of Copenhagen, and is where I reside. Established in 1919, Brønshøj BK had their peak […]

Video and motion graphics communication

Video and motion graphics communication is a great way to get a message over to clients or customers. It is very helpful as a designer for showing a brand development, presenting work in a short time span where I as the designer have control over what is shown, plus the sensory experience of movement and […]

WordPress or Wix a web designer’s opinion

For anyone considering a new website, WordPress or Wix may well be a question you are facing. I have worked on a couple of Wix sites for clients recently. I am a WordPress web designer of over a decade, my bias is obvious, but I am being truthful with my opinions. I recommend you search […]

The aftermath of being a guest on a podcast

So I did it. I got through a podcast as a guest. You can read of my pre-podcast concerns here. It was okay. The world didn’t end, albeit most of it is now on lock down… And here’s the Podcast.

Invited to be a guest on a podcast – to do or not to do, that is the question

Surprised and very honoured to be asked to be a guest on a podcast, www.beingfreelance.com/the-best-freelance-podcast. A brilliant podcast with a wealth of information for freelancers and those considering becoming freelance. This is the conversation in my head on being invited. Sensible me: I couldn’t possibly. No one wants to hear my opinions, I have nothing […]

Graphic design memes, a little bit of designer humour

As a designer I am often looking at stock photos for design jobs, and have a subscription to a large photo resource. So I like to mess around with them sometimes. The design memes side project I have started creating design memes as a creative side project. There is lots of material as a graphic […]

Portfolio building as a designer – why my portfolio is everything

I have recently been updating my portfolio. A difficult task to get to when freelance. Thankful for being busy with client work, but the longer time passes without updating it, the bigger the task when getting to it, which makes avoiding starting it easier. Not unlike going to the gym. Around Xmas and New Year […]