Welcome to my timeline of events on how I've spent my career so far and what I have achieved year by year!

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2012 -
The Journey Starts... At Home

Completed and graduated from University in Graphic Design and moved back home. The mckenziedave.co.uk / mckenziedave.com domain names were purchased and started being used as an online portfolio for use in interviews with design companies.

2013 -
Starting a Collaboration

Joint two companies (EPCRS and Focus Digital Media) as one of their designers on a freelance basis while also working on my own projects under mckenziedave. This lead to many interesting projects and I started to learn more about the industry and project managing.

2014 -
Getting to be known

Started having a good flow of projects from mckenziedave, I decided to leave the freelance position at Focus to concentrate more on my business however stayed on with EPCRS. By the end of the year I was an established graphic and website designer with a range of completed projects under my belt.

2015 -
Focus on Frontend Design

Saw a surge in start up companies needing a brand and website design so i started focusing more on frontend projects, later that year I joint forces with Apptality who helped me with any projects that needed a backend (database, server etc).

2016 -
The 3 Main Services

Felt I had too many services so decided to concentrate on 3 - Website Design, Branding Design and Advertising. mckenziedave also started hosting clients websites under Apptality hosting services so was able to offer website builds with hosting all for a competitive price.

2017 -
Hosting and Databases

Hosting services got upgraded and started supplying email servers. I Built a range of websites that used SQL databases along with helping many start-up companies create their brand and online presence. Also joint a company full time as the leading UI/UX Designer.

2018 -
Adding some SASS!

Decided to expand my front end coding skills / knowledge and took courses in learning Less and Sass. I also took the time to revist Jqurey and learn new ways to code with it so I could incorperate these into my designs and practice.