Web Canvas Design

I just replied to a comment about one of the sites we reviewed a week or two ago, while I was starting to write this review. The other site was beautiful, with every whiz-bang feature you could think of, but very laggy. Then I looked at Andy Cracicle’s (@webcanvasdesign) site and thought, you don’t have to be flashy to have a solid site. I like the simple icon nav on the left side and the subtlety of the whiz-bangs that he does use.

On the business side, I also like his philosophy that “Not only do I design beautiful user-interfaces for all devices from mobile right up to desktops but I code them as well using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, jQuery and PHP while making sure I SEO optimise websites not only using the latest proven coding web standard techniques but also for pagespeed to keep search engines happy”… I still think that last part is something that designers miss out on – but that’s for another blog.


Aaron Griswold

Aaron is the Project Manager / Pathfinder for Unmatched Style / Period Three / ConvergeSE.com / BDConf.com. Aaron has an MBA from Macquarie Graduate School of Management in Sydney, Australia - and a BS in Business Management from the U of South Carolina. And he aims to be encouraging every day.

  • peazz

    HI Aaron,

    Thanks so much for the review and these kind words, Its nice to know I am headed in the right direction.

    – Andrew Cresswell

  • Hey Andrew – keep improving brother!

    • peazz

      Up till now I am totally self taught and been doing websites for 15 months, It can be a little hard to know where you go wrong sometimes.

      Had a real bad day yesterday and seeing this cheered me up, thankyou is all I can say and maybe offer you a guest blog spot if your interested 🙂

      • Thanks mate – will take you up on that! DM me at @thegrizzwolf when you get to that point – cheers!

  • peazz

    Hey Aaron, Apologies for no DM on twitter I have been super busy, the offer is still open for you!.

    I had a local company imitate my website and angle and as such had to redesign. I would love to get your thoughts on the new layout and design.