about me

I was first introduced to web design a couple of years after graduating from university (with an almost completely useless degree in film). I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life and in an act of desperation ended up enrolling in a cheap Computer Graphics Course. One of the first classes I took was an introduction to web design and within the first few lessons I had completely fallen in love with the process and for the first time felt as though I had found something I could happily spend the rest of my life doing.

In the few years since then I’ve been doing all I can to learn more about the web and how to design for it effectively. I learnt HTML and CSS, figured out how to set up a CMS and the best practices for creating functional and dynamic designs for the web. I worked with experts and by myself to gain the knowledge and skills I would need to create truly individual, customisable websites that would work exactly how my clients needed them to and still be visually streamlined and appealing.

I am still learning about the web; about design and development. All good web designers are. Never believe anybody who tells you they know everything there is to know about web design – they don’t. That’s one of my favourite things about this industry – it’s constantly growing and changing, evolving new techniques to allow for more possibilities and fewer limitations. As a web designer, it is essential to be open to that evolution, to evolve with it, or you’ll be left behind.

I’m always looking to learn something new about the web – a better way to get a certain effect or a neater, cleaner way to write a piece of code. These new discoveries are an exciting part of this career and I’m eager to put them to practice.


Get in Touch

Feel free to contact me with any questions, comments or friendly advice… or if you’d like to offer me a job.

email: bethmenzies@gmail.com

phone: 07512 187091

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