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Donkey Ink Design

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Donkey Ink Design is mostly one guy and that one guy is me, Jamie Purches.

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Employees: Freelancer Established: 1999 Joined: 2011

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I'm an art and interactive design director with a dozen years of experience and I love designing. This “passion meets experience” combo has resulted in my having a solid understanding of brand asset creation, web design and development, and graphic design.

My experience lies in assisting small to medium sized businesses establish and realize their branding and graphic/interactive design strategies. My specialties are logo / brand asset design and web / interactive design and development.

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Tends to work with

Private Company

General location of clients:

Canada and USA

Content Management System:

Donkey Ink Design builds its websites entirely on the Drupal platform.

Recent Projects

  • Project Industries Clothing Company

    Project Industries Clothing Company

    Website / CMS Design & Development Project Industries Clothing Company (or simply Project Industries) is my other artistic endeavor. The website and e-commerce compontent feature my limited edition designs for apparel. Who doesn't dig hoodies and tees right? Right. Other than the coding of th... Read More


Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : Professional, Experienced, Effective, Creative, Talented

Q : Where do you see your company in 10 years time?
A : Right where it is now. Small, stable and trustworthy.

Q : How was your company name chosen?
A : The name Donkey Ink Design (often shortened to simply "DID") started as a joke at school in the late 90s and was born in Death Valley, Nevada. I had every intention of changing it to something more “media-ish” when I started to take my design career seriously. However not long after I struck out on my own, I realized both my current clients and prospective clients found it quite easy to remember the silly name, so it stuck.

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