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Paul Rostron (3 Posts)

About: Paul Rostron is another one of those pesky self-taught web designers (proud of it)! His core belief can be summed up by the following: there is no such thing as talent, only effort and opportunity - a mantra which drives him to focus a lot of time and effort in achieving success and helping others at the web design level. Paul is British, a qualified CSIA Level II Ski Instructor, and a truly awful tongue-in-cheek guitarist who insists on posting his music online(!)
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Some Ideas for Maintaining Your Freelance Mental Drive

If you’re reading this article and you work from home, it probably won’t be much surprise to you that one of the hardest elements to master is the ability to maintain your freelance mental drive and stability required to push forward in what can otherwise be a difficult, lonely workspace. I consider myself to be somewhat of a stay at…

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Designing Websites Using DISC Analysis

I first came across DISC analysis whilst doing a stint as a ski instructor in Canada last winter (every web designer needs a hobby right?!) and the technique helped me achieve the highest number of new private lessons booked across the adult ski school. To truly understand the value of DISC analysis to the web designer and usability expert we…