Right, where to start? You've probably already figured out my name is Phil Stringfellow. And no, I'm not related to Peter, or have his same taste in leopard-skin thongs. Instead, I was born and bred some little piece of land called the Wirral where I mostly foraged for nuts and barley on Bidston Hill and played hide and seek with squirrels. Well … they hid from me mostly. After being raised on dodgy 80's music, and becoming addicted to Bombay Bad Boy Pot Noodles, I found the internet and voilà! The web designer in me was born.
Starting off learning HTML in 2000 the old-fashioned way (stealing other people's code) I made websites of things I liked: My Little Pony, Barbie and The Smurfs. After being abducted by the Westborough Baptist Church, where I learnt the dark art of graphic design, I returned to the warm bosom of web design after negotiating my release with a potato gun and several out of date sesame seeds. Realising I had a lot of catching up to do, I learned modern web design the hard way, learning HTML5 and CSS3, including a dash of responsive design.
Still there? Plain and simple, I make good websites, and can make logos and design branding too. I like pixel perfection and I like my code clean. I make websites like I make tea - strong, reliable and not rushed. You can see more of what I do up there, and links to other portfolios and sites below, and then you can contact me with your ideas on how you want to make the next Twitter. In Esperanto.