Scott Reynolds is a web designer, developer and creative professional based in Sydney, New South Wales and Adelaide, South Australia.

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+61 8 8120 0204
PO BOX 3101
REDFERN, NSW
2016

Featured Projects

Featured Projects

Pushing the boundaries of what's possible on the web, paper and screen. Designing premium pixel-perfect solutions, no matter the industry or audience.

Lover of WordPress.

Web designer & developer, videographer, photographer, and all-round creative. Provider of premium WordPress management solutions for clients of all sizes.

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Legendary Clients

Legendary Clients

Don't be vain because you happen to have talent. You are not responsible for that; it was not of your doing. What you do with your talent is what matters.

– Pablo Casals

Some Statistics

Some Statistics

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Projects Completed
Illustrator: 90%
InDesign: 85%
Photoshop: 95%
HTML: 90%
CSS: 95%
Javascript: 85%
Videography: 90%
Photography: 80%
Karaoke: 101%

Still Want More?

Projects that start with brainstorming initial concepts, work tirelessly through formal design and development, and end with a well-executed marketing campaign are certainly the most rewarding – but that’s certainly not to say that any combination of those is any less worthwhile when completed alone.

The ability to complete an entire project by only engaging a single creative, however, is often highly undervalued.

Creative Thoughts

Creative Thoughts

So you’ve got a brand new website… now what?

First, probably, breathe a sigh of relief. Building a website can be a lengthy process, especially if you need to get it looking perfect. That’s not to say it’s not pleasant and fun, but it can certainly seem like a long haul from day one to launch. But now your shiny new site is live,... Read more »

Who Said Maths Was Useless?

Maths isn’t something that is overly used in everyday web development tasks. Apart from perhaps calculating a width, height or position, there’s really not a whole lot more to it. Certainly no complex calculus or equations come into the mix, but there are a few things that you come across once in a while that... Read more »

The Never-Ending Website Development Cycle

Projects seem to come and go like days and nights (that is, at least for me, quicker than anything), but work on my own portfolio page seems to drag on forever. Without a definite deadline, it’s always a matter of “maybe just one more thing”; “let’s just try this (and rework the whole thing from... Read more »