creating visual languages.
Hi, I'm Dan Kindley, a Birmingham-based digital designer. I specialise in presenting information visually using illustration and user interface design.
It all started back in 2009 when I was made redundant from the air-conditioning industry during the recession. Believing that there is always something positive in every bad situation, I viewed this as an opportunity to invest in my future by pursuing my ingrained passion for graphic design.
After five years of studying and with over ten years of experience designing for several industry-leading organisations, I apply my skills, knowledge, and expertise towards developing stimulating illustrations which promote products and services and create immersive user experiences through user interface design.
I am always seeking to establish new relationships with clients and would be happy to discuss any graphic design solution that your company may require.
Over 10 years
My rounded experience spans over ten years, working with a number of high profile UK and international clients including Vodafone, Network Rail, Atkins Global, and Cisco. More specifically, I have a thorough understanding of working with IoT technology companies, the Health and Safety industry, and the Rail Sector, delivering visually engaging solutions that add value and create a memorable experience.
First Class Design Degree
Birmingham City University (2014)
First Class BA Hons Degree in Graphic Communication
Walsall College (2011)
Distinction - Foundation Art & Design
Walsall College (2010)
Distinction - Art & Design
Best Issue-Based Design Project
VISCOM - The Ian Awards June 2014
Adult Learner of the Year
Walsall College June 2011
Most Outstanding Learner of the Year
Walsall College June 2010
Featured In 'Pictoria 2, The Best Contemporary Illustrators Worldwide'.
Head of Health & Safety
It's been an absolute pleasure working with Dan. I have been extremely satisfied with the professional service provided in bringing ‘Safety in Every Choice’ campaign to life and I am immensely proud of the resultant material.