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Amy Eccleston

“Design Is Not Just What It Looks Like And Feels Like. Design Is How It Works” - Steve Jobs

Amy Eccleston has been with Opus Web Design since April 2020 as a Website Developer & Team Leader. Most of her duties involve designing websites from project briefs to sketches and finally fully responsive websites for clients. Amy works predominantly using WordPress to create websites, she also is fully experienced in using WIX, Editor X, Teachables and Squarespace.

Amy has achieved a certificate from MTA for the Introduction to Programming Using HTML and CSS. Which allows her to fully personalise the design and individuality of her client’s websites. Industries Amy has created websites for are competition websites, construction, electrician, crash repairs, technology, healthcare, recruitment, agriculture, DJs, accommodation, education, law, county council, sports and industrial.

Amy also runs successful Google Adword campaigns for lots of different clients. This ensures that clients are being found on Google by their target audience and are on top of competitors in their industries. For one of her major maintenance clients, she carries out graphic design work on a weekly basis. All graphic design work is carried out using Photoshop and Canva.

Where she graduated with an Honors degree in Creative Digital Media at the Insitute of Technology Blanchardstown she was interested in website design, development and online marketing. This is where she learnt the skills she has today that enable her to reach every client’s full potential with their online presence.

Continuing to upskill by doing courses Amy has also completed a Certificate In The Fundamentals of Digital Marketing from Google Digital Garage. Recently Amy has also received a distinction from UCD Professional Academy in Leadership and Management. As a result of this, she is now the dedicated team leader within the company and is there to support each team member with their day-to-day activities. 

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