hello i’m charlie


Skilled in design, technology and marketing, I am a freelance creative professional. I have worked with a range of clients, from Global corporate agencies to small start up businesses. I am passionate about projects that make a difference in the world, and especially like to work with creative entrepreneurs to launch new businesses. I am a qualified Yoga teacher with an avid interest in health and wellness, from this area of interest I founded of the technology platform YO|GO that brings together yoga teachers and clients wanting to book a class.

I hold numerous creative qualifications including a first class on honours degree in marketing design and communication, a postgraduate certification in digital marketing form Google Squared and an MA in applied imagination in the creative industries from UAL Central Saint Martins.

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my design skills


As a creative professional my marketing background complements my design and development skills. I understand the strategy, the aesthetic requirements and the functional implementation. I am a fast but diligent worker who completes projects to my own high standard.

My professional skills include; creative thinking, art direction, marketing strategy, branding, graphic design, WordPress website development, user experience design, agile project management, social media and content marketing. I have advanced skills in Adobe design software; including Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator and highly proficient in the use of WordPress CMS.

Want to get in touch, email hello@charliedaviesdesigns.com


When things don’t go as planned

August 25th, 2017|0 Comments

As the clock struck 12 on New Years eve and we welcomed in 2017 I was smiling from ear to ear, celebrating with my mom and sister, in the mountain resort of Chamonix, I was [...]

Action Research Planning

June 18th, 2017|0 Comments

The following journal post will detail what I have planned to do to test my research question:  "Which method of engagement, technological connection or experiential disconnection, is more effective to convert those who don’t currently practice yoga into practicing [...]

What Why How If: part three

June 9th, 2017|0 Comments

WHAT: My proposed question at the point of completing the last WWHI project was… “What methods are most effective to convert those who don’t currently practice yoga into practicing yogis for the purpose of improving their [...]