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Steve Mannion

Web Designer & Developer

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  • LevelSenior
  • LocationUnited Kingdom
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  • ProfessionsWebsite & Digital Designer - UI & UX Designer - Graphic Designer


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  • Mobile
  • Applications
  • Websites
  • Blogs
  • Banner Ad
  • CSS
  • Html
  • Interface Design
  • Creative Direction
  • Web Interface Design
  • Web Page Design
  • Illustrator
  • Photoshop
  • Critique

Work history


Visual Designer

Ghost Food Productions

Jun 2000
  • Expert on-screen design from responsive layouts to iconography to animation and visual effects with industry experience since 2000 working for large corporations, small start-ups and freelance. A passion for unifying the logical and beautiful in visual communication and interaction, on projects of all sizes, competent and content working individually or in a team. Balancing an inventive yet practical flair in the language of design with the attention to detail, robust critical faculties and commitment to deliver results that both look and work as well as they can.


Web Designer & Developer

The National Archives

Jun 2011 - Apr 2015
  • Part of the Web team responsible for the design and development of the organisation’s websites including more recently redesigned mobile-friendly sections of the organisation’s main website, the Design Collection custom site showcasing heritage designs, the Olympic Record (highly acclaimed on BBC’s Click programme) and the popular Blog and Discovery resources. I also instigated a Design Guide project to document best design practices and patterns for use by the organisation in its branding and projects.



Software Systems for Arts Media

University of Hertfordshire

Aug 1996 - May 1999