I am an award winning digital designer based in London, UK.

I have been creating digital products for 19 years. I gained most of my experience working for New Scientist magazine and other international clients such as IBM, EDF, British Airways, Microsoft and Orange. With a process driven approach, I always deliver successful strategic online solutions

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About Cathy

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A naturally creative leader, I have expert knowledge and experience in brand development, editorial design, interactive design and experiential design. The web has been the perfect playground for exploring my love of technology and art, design and typography. I enjoy collaborating with others and have built enough contacts and experience to source and lead a design team to completion of creative projects that deliver strategic and financial results. My priority is to create user-centred products on time and within budget, with a constant eye on my client’s objectives.

I am available for work. Read my CV, and give me a call on +44(0)7792048910. Thank you!

about cathytollet.com

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I designed cathytollet.com to show my work. It reflects my love of vintage glamour, the circus arts and web technology: It is responsive and like an experienced contortionist, can shape shift to fit your every digital devices for the best experience. I have chosen muted colours for the interface to allow for the large designs to stand out in the showcase pages. It is also retina ready because I care for excellence and driving the web community forward.

THE LAST T IS SILENT

I grew up in Grenoble, France and spent most of my youth skiing in the surrounding Alps. I am also a flying trapeze artist who loves anything that makes me go “wow!”. The web and the circus world can impress me with their weird and wonderful ways. Both need collaborating with others to exist, both involve careful planing and risk taking but mostly, they share the ability to amaze us with their constant dare devil innovations. The last T in my surname is silent, like ballet, chalet or bidet. You really do not need to add an extra T.