Nick Day / Freelance web designer & developer based in Manchester, Cheshire & Altrincham specialising in Django

I'm an award-winning freelance web designer and developer based in Manchester.  I design and develop simple, user-friendly and effective websites for small and medium sized businesses, offering a complete service from initial planning and research through to hosting and maintenance.  I am also available for work at digital agencies throughout the North West.

"A diligent, committed and - most
importantly - highly talented developer...
I would recommend him without question."

- Garry Byrne, Reading Room Manchester

"I would recommend Nick to anyone who
needs a high-quality publication or website. He is
both very professional and highly personable."

- Josy Audigier, JET Alumni Association UK

"Nick was a great colleague to work with. He is
fast, accurate, innovative and solution-driven
and an all-round great developer."

- Ian Wilson, Reading Room Manchester

"It would not be an understatement to say that Nick
is one of the most talented front-end developers
that I've ever had the pleasure to work with."

- Tom Hardwidge, Considered Creative

I have over ten years of professional experience and have worked for leading digital agencies, specialising in accessible front-end development and developing with the Django framework. I also design for print and interactive projects and have considerable experience in the EFL (English as a Foreign Language) sector.

Passionate about the work I deliver, I am highly recommended by my clients and colleagues. Please explore a selection of my work below and feel free to contact me for an informal no-jargon chat about your project requirements.

Study UK / Web

Study UK is the official membership association for further and higher education colleges accredited by the British Accreditation Council in the UK. I designed and developed Study UK's new website to help promote the organisation and its members.

The site's clear design is simple to navigate, with a visual homepage providing clear signposts to areas of the site for different users. The site has recently been translated into seven different languages, and all content can be managed using the CMS. The CMS also makes it easy to send out HTML newsletters to members, and a members-only area of the site allows Study UK members to login and access various resources and forms.

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