“This is a wonderful example of how blogging should be, she is clearly passionate about her subject and her writing conveys this enthusiasm to the reader. A great mix of architecture, interiors and creative resources. All in all, a great read” (Kelly Hoppen, MBE)
“beautifully designed, consistent, thoughtful and a very distinct point of view.” (Brad Ford)
Official London Design Festival 2010 blogger for mydeco and LDF
I am by no means a design expert, in fact I’m not even a designer.
I’m a student of design. I am endlessly fascinated and excited by design – and constantly learning. I will happily trek halfway across London to see a wallpaper private view and my favourite film is a documentary about a font.
Most people I know have never heard of my design heroes. My friends think I’m a bit of a geek and don’t really understand how it feels to see an iconic design in the flesh, or even better, to meet the person who created it.
This blog is a place for me to keep all the things I find interesting. And if there are people out there who find those things interesting too – all the better.
A design geek
(Contact: confessionsofadesigngeek @ gmail.com)
My profile picture was taken by the lovely Kirsten Everett: kirsteneverett.co.uk
Disclosure policy (valid from 26 April 2010)
By displaying the Blog with Integrity badge and signing the pledge, I am stating for the record that the trust of my readers and the blogging community is important to me. I therefore try my best to keep to the following rules:
I treat others with respect, abiding by what my Mum always taught me; ‘if you haven’t got anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.’
I welcome disagreement with my ideas, delivered with respect.
I believe in intellectual property rights and therefore provide links, cite sources, and credit inspiration. This means that unless stated otherwise, the words and pictures on this blog are my own, so feel free to use them, but please provide a credit and a link.
I promote what I like, and sometimes that’s from the big guys, but more often that not it’s from young, up and coming, designers and independent craftsmen and women, which is the way I like it.
I always disclose potential conflicts of interest, but I also ensure they do not affect my editorial integrity.
You will always be able to tell the difference between editorial, advertorial, and advertising, should I choose to have it. If I do sponsored or paid posts, they will be clearly marked. (Currently my blog only features editorial content.)
When collaborating with marketers and PR professionals, I handle myself professionally and abide by basic journalistic standards.
I always present my honest opinions to the best of my ability.
This blog is a personal blog written and edited by me, with occasional guest posts from writers I respect.
I will consider accepting and keeping free products and other forms of compensation. However, the compensation received will never influence the content, topics or posts made in this blog – and will always be disclosed.
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