About

“What you see… is what I do.” – paul d jones.

photo of Paul David Jones.

Welcome to my website, I am Paul, a web designer, Site Manager and Project Manager or just digital consultant.

Take the best that exists, and make it better.
If it does not exist, design it. – Sir Henry Rolls.

Originally from Pembrokeshire I now live in Cardiff, Wales.
This website (pauldjones.co.uk) is my personal portfolio and blog.

I have worked as a designer for over 19 years, as a graphic designer and digital or web designer.

I have over 17 years experience with XHTML, CSS and design. I specialise in frontend design, User Experience, customer journey and web project management. Recently I have gained a Prince2 Qualification in Project Management, building on my 6 years practical experience of managing web related projects. Visit my about.me/pauldjones site for further information.

I have experience of working on multiple e-commerce websites for customers, including large wholesale food suppliers such as the Euro Foods Group website www.caterersdepot.com. I am currently working as web designer at www.conveylaw.com.

What I can do

  • Websites*
  • Custom CMS driven sites*
  • Microsoft SharePoint sites
  • Training
  • Content management*
  • e-Commerce
  • Project management
  • Analytics
  • Customer Journey mapping and development
  • Blogs*
  • Branding & logo design
  • Social media (Twitter, Facebook, You Tube)
  • SEO and Marketing
  • B2B (Business to Business)
  • B2C (Business to Customer)

*I have experience of developing and managing websites in most Content Management Systems (CMS) including, Sharepoint, WordPress, WooCommerce, Joomla, Drupal, Sitecore, TYP03 and JaduCMS.

How I approach work

  • Meet & discuss requirements/needs
  • Gather specifications
  • Create a project plan
  • Wireframing / graphics
  • Design concepts (max 3)
  • Build template
  • Sign off/acceptance
  • Training
  • Content
  • Test
  • Launch
  • Support (optional)

“I believe that most web projects end up as failures due to the poor project management and misleading customer expectaions.” I prevent this from happening, and take great pleasure in seeing my end results being used.

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