Logo designed for the Birthplace project at the NPEU.
Graphic design, web development and branding
Hello, my name is Andy Kirk and this is my portfolio.
I offer a professional freelance design and web development service for individuals and small businesses including:
- Logo design and branding
- Graphic design for business cards, stationery and posters etc.
- Web design and development
Read more about me …
Logo designed for the CORONIS project at the NPEU.
Logo designed for the Hiltingbury Community Centre 'The Hilt' in Chandlers Ford.
Logo designed for the INFANT project at the NPEU.
Logo designed for the INOSS project at the NPEU.
Logo designed for the 'Now Heritage' Community Interest Company.
Website template designed for the 'Now Heritage' Community Interest Company.
Logo designed for the PiPS project at the NPEU.
Logo designed for the UNKeS project at the NPEU.
Website template designed for the NPEU.
As well as being a freelance web and graphic designer and a web developer, I am also the full-time Webmaster and Design Coordinator of the National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit (NPEU) - a part of the University of Oxford - where I manage their website and the design team that produces material for its many different projects.
I am based in Oxford and have been working for the University of Oxford since 2003, though my web career stretches back to 1999.
What do you do and how much do you charge?
My day-to-day work includes both front- and back-end web development and web design, as well as print design covering everything from branding and staionery to questionnaires and newsletters.
I typically charge £30 an hour though in some cases a flat-fee can be negotiated.
How many clients do you take on at any one time?
As I have a full-time position, I never take on more than two clients at any one time to ensure that I can deliver you the best service possible.
What's the process?
If you are interested in finding out more, please use the contact form to send me an email outlining the project. I'll then respond to you with some more specific questions to try and establish if I am the right person for the job. If I am, then we can start the ball rolling by establishing a timeline and the exact nature of the work. If location allows, it can also be useful to meet face-to-face to discuss the project in more detail.