Considered Design opened for business in 2013. Over the last 3 years we have with an impressive portfolio of clients in e-commerce, education, tech, events, hospitality and the arts.
Our team is made up of passion, creativity and dedication. We love to combine our skills and interests and push the boundaries to produce work that ensures our clients businesses thrive.
Every project is different. You have goals and objectives that are specific to your busines. We don’t have a template solution that we apply to every project. We sit down with you (in person or over Skype) and identify your business's specific needs and use our expertise in branding, visual design, user experience and development to define an approach that will get results you need.
Emma is a brand specialist with extensive experience in all aspects of visual design. She has worked in-house with large e-commerce companies such as Brown Thomas & Tour America and has also worked agency side for 3 years.
She has raised the profile of several small and medium sized businesses delivering superior digital products through brand development, strategy and visual design.
Ciarán has helped launch 2 successful startups (Evercam & Visible) and several small businesses having also worked agency side for 4 years. With an emphasis on user experience, Ciarán designs and develops every interaction a customer has with a company.
From focussing on the minor detail of every click, touch, tap and interaction; to scoping the greater vision of a digital product, Ciarán’s full stack design and development skills enable him to ensure every interaction delights and works exactly as expected.
With dual degrees in both Web Design and Web Development, and an MA in Communications from UCD, Cathal is uniquely suited to his role as Front-end Developer at Considered Design
By combining his knowledge of high-end web development, with his passion for user-friendly interfaces and clarity of design, Cathal ensures that every website is constructed with the user’s experience firmly in mind.