Nathan Kelso

UI | UX Designer



Experienced Ground Crew with a demonstrated history of working in the Information Technology & Services industry. Skilled in User Experience, WordPress, User Interface Design, Adobe Illustrator, and Risk Assessment. Strong arts and design professional with a Bachelor's degree focused in Computing and Information Technology from Queen's University Belfast.


Web Design

Need wireframes, designs or protypes? I can provide you with the latest and most up-to-date styles for your business using the hottest technologies.


I can provide new graphics to spice up your platform. Anything from twitch emotes to logo rebranding.


I can get your business up and running online. From brochures to eccommerce with dynamic and responsive end product


View some of my recent work
Web Developement


Urban Jungle needed their business up to speed. I created this product and the majority of their clientele now comes from online.

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Web Developement


It was essential for Tickles and Curls to have a place to show case their work. This CMS site allows the own to upload images and add new items to their store for customers to order.

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Web Design

Research Design

Providing research and design creations to be implimented by developers.

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Work Experience

Past and current jobs
  • nkelso Designs

    Providing bespoke websites for small businesses. Duties ranging from UX/UI design, graphics design and hosting. I use a wide range of technologies such as Figma, InVision, Adobe xD, WordPress, HTML, CSS and Javascript. I mostly create wire-frames, designs and user acceptance testing. I talk with cilents to get make the best product available.

  • Urban Jungle

    Risk Assessment - Creating method statements, visiting work sites and finding potential risk areas. Machine/tool maintenance and ground duties on location. IT support and administration duties and liaising with clients

  • Symths Toys

    Serving customers, stock in take, repricing items, I worked with and counted the cash register.


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