I'm Ryan, and I love to design and build really fancy websites.

Hello, I'm a web designer from Sydney, Australia. I specialise in UI design and front-end development to lovingly handcraft pixel-perfect web solutions.

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Some portfolio works at a glance.

Just a quick look at some of my featured works, but don’t worry there are plenty more inside.

  1. Southern Cross Radio Australia’s regional media provider

    Southern Cross Media is Australia’s regional media provider, with coverage of over 95% of Australia. Southern Cross Media provides regional free-to-air TV networks, national radio networks, online and mobile services.

    Southern Cross Media approached Mesh to provide an enterprise solution for their radio station network of over 75 stations. We were given little time to plan, develop and implement the enterprise platform, with some added production flexibility.

    Each website could have its own unique pages, menus, widgets & media, and required to be controlled globally within the platform, from one system. New content could be published to 1 website, 10 websites (depending on your enterprise access), and could be edited, scheduled, or republished to other websites at any time.

    I was required to deliver a…

  2. GotGames The Home of Australian E-Sports

    GotGames is one of Australia's largest e-sports communities who regularly host e-sport competitions and events with several sponsorships. Backed by a passionate community who regularly contribute to discussion and growth, the GotGames board had considered the plea of the community for a website redesign.

    I was approached by GotGames to deliver a fresh new look and feel to their community e-sports website. The new design had to appeal to thousands of e-sport fanatics and gamers, reflecting the GotGames renown e-sports identity. It was essential that the new website felt aesthetically clean, yet tasteful and appealing, and members could feel proud as part of the community.

    Managing the GotGames community project, I met Jordan and Tom over coffee to discuss which direction they felt their brand…

  3. Charter Hall Australia’s leading property group

    Charter Hall Group is one of Australia's leading property groups, with 20 years experience managing high quality property on behalf of institutional, wholesale and retail clients.

    With the acquisition of several new funds, Charter Hall was looking to refresh their identity. This would involve improving their brand, logos and various other corporate and marketing collateral.

    Alongside these developments, Charter Hall would urgently require a solution to merge their new funds with their existing online portfolios, and Mesh would be given an opportunity to propose a design as well as a platform to control manage the funds.

    I would be tasked with producing the concepts for Charter Hall, with the design being mindful of a clean corporate identity while having a fluid navigation through various fund…

  4. Birkenhead Point The Outlet Centre

    Birkenhead Point Outlet Centre at Drummoyne, is the only place in Sydney where you can shop whilst enjoying the spectacular views of Sydney Harbour and browse through a huge range of your favourite fashion, food and lifestyle brands.

    Birkenhead Point had a recent brand redesign, and were looking for a fresh new website to extend their identity. So, Mesh adhered as the solution.

    Following some design guidelines, I produced several design concepts for Birkenhead Point’s consideration. As a shopping centre website, Birkenhead Point required an interactive store directory, dynamic trading hours, articles tool, VIP area, competitions and other content managed pages. Developing the front-end of the website, I worked closely with our programmers to integrate the front-end into our proprietary platform.

    The platform needed modifications…

  5. Queen Victoria Building World class shopping experience

    The Queen Victoria Building, now affectionately known as the QVB, transcends beauty and grace, setting a standard for world class shopping destinations. After recently undergoing a $46 million refurbishment, six years of careful planning and implementation restored the QVB to her former glory.

    Along with the refurbishment, property management group Ipoh had appointed a Sydney based branding agency to rebrand the QVB, involving print based marketing. However, Ipoh would require a specialised solution to re-establish a web presence for itself and its properties, where Mesh, seeking to extend online its portfolio, was given a fantastic opportunity to work with Ipoh.

    The QVB website required quintessential retail features, such as a store directory, trading hours, news articles, interactive maps, online competitions and online marketing. Under the…