Hello, I’m Steven Noble a Graphic and Web Designer from England, and this is my personal portfolio.
I founded Graphics Cove in early 2010 as my online space where I could showcase my graphic design and web work, using it as an outlet for sharing my creativity.
My background starts with a BA (Hons) degree in graphic design at the University of West London. While studying on my 3 year course I created this website and began to freelance both design and web based projects in my spare time while juggling full time study. I have worked on a number of amazing projects as you can see in my portfolio and have loved every minute of it.
I began freelancing during my time at university, gaining skills in web design and coding and really learning the core of what I know today. Over the years I have built up a great client base of people I would consider friends and have had a great experience freelancing so far. It has also given me the opportunity to continue learning new skills outside the workplace that I can make use of whenever I can.
My experience at Kapang Digital was short but I learned what it takes to be part of a design and web company during my time there. I solely managed a WordPress network of over 30 sites related to online media and video streaming for local news teams around the UK. Additional projects included banner designs to show as adverts across the network and smaller internal websites for expanding the business.
I joined an eCommerce agency in January 2013 called Metakinetic becoming a member of the design team and working on the design and build of their custom eCommerce platform, as well as a multitude of other design related tasks. The company has since merged with another to become RHP which has become an interesting experience working with new people and larger clients such as M&S, Facebook, Sandisk and Lowepro.
At Netmatter I worked as part of the frontend development team building designs into the ecommerce platform Magento. I took on work for both new website builds as well as changes and updates to existing sites.