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Lawrence Tilley

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Freelance website designer, developer and consultant, based in London, UK.

Languages Spoken: English

Employees: Freelancer Established: 2005 Joined: 2010

Leather Loop Latest Work
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I’m Lawrence Tilley from London. I enjoy creating websites and have been a designer for 10 years.

If you’re looking to create a blog, intranet, social network, auction, content-management, e-commerce, email newsletter or corporate website, I’m experienced to help you with any online project.

For those interested in my technical skills, I work with Flash, PHP, CSS, XHTML, MySQL, Photoshop, Illustrator and many more. Each site I build is distinctive, clear, compliant and most importantly in these difficult economic times - affordable.

Industry Sectors

Retail

Tends to work with

Corporation / Public Company, Entrepreneur

General location of clients:

UK

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Printer: printing.com
Hosting company: Media Temple

Recent Projects

  • Leather Loop

    Leather Loop
    http://www.leatherloop.co.uk/

    Selling quality leather belts and jewellery at great prices. Read More

  • Corgi

    Corgi
    http://www.corgi.co.uk

    Corgi's famous model vehicles captured the imagination of millions of baby boomers and, what were once simply toys for boys, are highly sought-after in the expanding collectables market. Read More

Interview

Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : Experienced, Friendly, Professional, Honest, Reliable

Q : Where do you see your company in 10 years time?
A : Continuing to grow steadily, ensuring that the standards I set are always adhered too. With the internet changing so much in the last ten years, I expect it to continue to grow and I am always looking ahead to new technologies and improvements, to not only benefit my work but the clients I represent.

Q : How was your company name chosen?
A : It is my own name

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Articles

iPhone & Flash - will they ever live in harmony?
The continuing feud between Apple and Adobe wages on, but is the lack of flash on the iPhone affecting sales and the way designers think about flash content?