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Hi, I’m

Wayne!

For as long as I can remember, I’ve loved the graphic arts and creating stuff.

In first school I spent hours drawing cartoon characters to impress my Granddad with, middle school was spent exploring music and drawing comic books, (when not playing Dungeons & Dragons, of course!), and in upper school I began writing songs and short stories, designing logos and making posters for local bands.
I studied the fundamentals of art & design in college and worked a few jobs to fund my further education and foray into Adobe on the way. Then working as head graphic designer, I sidelined in web design, earning me a reputation as a person embracing change, and a penchant for mixing graphic arts and digital design.
I’d dream about being my own boss, running my own business, and working on more diverse projects. I wanted more freedom and flexibility, and each day that I went to work, I felt more and more determined to strike out on my own.
As I prepared to leave my job, I wasn’t afraid of figuring out how to run a business and I wasn’t afraid I would completely fail; I was afraid I would wake up 10 years later at a job that didn’t get me excited to go to work.
So I used my experience to venture into freelance graphic design, launch a design business, and train further in html, css and web design. Making my escape to self-employment wasn’t fast and it wasn’t easy, the hours were (are) ridiculous but it was completely worth it.

Hi, I’m

Wayne!

For as long as I can remember, I’ve loved the graphic arts and creating stuff.

In first school I spent hours drawing cartoon characters to impress my Granddad with, middle school was spent exploring music and drawing comic books, (when not playing Dungeons & Dragons, of course!), and in upper school I began writing songs and short stories, designing logos and making posters for local bands.
I studied the fundamentals of art & design in college and worked a few jobs to fund my further education and foray into Adobe on the way. Then working as head graphic designer, I sidelined in web design, earning me a reputation as a person embracing change, and a penchant for mixing graphic arts and digital design.
I’d dream about being my own boss, running my own business, and working on more diverse projects. I wanted more freedom and flexibility, and each day that I went to work, I felt more and more determined to strike out on my own.
As I prepared to leave my job, I wasn’t afraid of figuring out how to run a business and I wasn’t afraid I would completely fail; I was afraid I would wake up 10 years later at a job that didn’t get me excited to go to work.

So I used my experience to venture into freelance graphic design, launch a design business, at the same time as training further in html and web design. Making my escape to self-employment wasn’t fast and it wasn’t easy, the hours were (are) ridiculous but it was completely worth it.

So, what can I do for you?

I don’t have magic beans or a secret sauce, but I do have 20+ years of design experience and a passion for creativity and the graphic arts.

I believe design when done properly is a game-changer. A decisive roadmap for your business that will give you purpose, direction and a strategy that you’ll actually make time for.

I’ve got ideas to keep you motivated and inspired, even on those days when a coffee drip couldn’t get you going. From logo design to branding exercises, I am accomplished and experienced at creating material that reflects personality and embraces the passion of your business.

There’s no fluff or theories here and most definitely no bullshit. Just creative common sense – which I’ve used to grow my own business – and that you can put to use today.

So, what can I do for you?

I don’t have magic beans or a secret sauce, but I do have 20+ years of design experience and a passion for creativity and the graphic arts.

I believe design when done properly is a game-changer. A decisive roadmap for your business that will give you purpose, direction and a strategy that you’ll actually make time for.

I’ve got ideas to keep you motivated and inspired, even on those days when a coffee drip couldn’t get you going. From logo design to branding exercises, I am accomplished and experienced at creating material that reflects personality and embraces the passion of your business.

There’s no fluff or theories here and most definitely no bullshit. Just creative common sense – which I’ve used to grow my own business – and that you can put to use today.

Now, how can I help you?

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Wayne Holt-Golding is a creative design professional and communication strategist transforming the way brands interact with their audiences through engaging content. With over twenty years experience at top flight studios and design agencies, brings a thoughtful perspective and blend of creative chops, digital savvy, having built a career around helping business owners kick-ass both off and online. Entrepreneurial at heart and recognised for his impassioned approach and colourful ideas, sharing insights on design and the graphic arts in his blog at fu3l-creative.co.uk and through social media channels @fu3lcreative.

“My job is to engage you as much as I can and as often as I can.”

Ridley Scott
Film Director and Producer