Paul Wyatt is an award winning freelance creative director, writer and broadcaster. He has produced moving image, video, digital, print and brand identity creative for clients such as AXA, the BBC, CadburyChannel 4, Daft Punk, Mumm Champagne, Adobe, the D&AD and Talkback Thames.

He is a regular writer for a number of design and tech magazines and produced the .net magazine vodcast Web design TV . Paul also writes reviews, opinion pieces and features for a wide range of websites, blogs, magazines and national newspapers. 

Paul has worked with usability guru Jacob Neilson on ITV’s design challenge series “Whose London” as well as having been on the judging panel for the CNBC property website awards as well as international design tournament Cut&paste . Paul is currently writing his first book to be published in April 2012 and has recently been producing and directing a series of short films entitled Studio Life for Computer Arts Magazine and Adobe. This series looks behind the scenes of some of the world’s most successful design, branding and digital agencies. A selection of episodes can be viewed here

Some of Paul’s design work can be seen at his portfolio site.  His motion graphics work can be seen here

Contact Paul Wyatt


3 Responses to “About Paul Wyatt”

  1. Hey Paul,

    I’m a fan of your work and a big reader of the mags your write for. I just recently started blogging again and, in one of my regular topics called “Favorite Fridays”, I gave .Net magazine the special honor of being the very first “Favorite” mention. Not sure how much it helps spread the word since my current visitor count is around 100, but thought I’d share the news. Stop on by and check out the post when you get some time…

  2. You are one of my first web-clicks of the day (the “animation with actionscript 3.0” tute if you must know) with morning coffee. Looking good, it’s going to be a bright day. I can tell. Liking your presence on the web, if not regularly on WP, then lots of other places. Best wishes.

  3. harry gutierez said

    solo queria preguntar, sabes como hacer algo parecido a esto
    mira el video y dime como podria hacer algo como esto en flash , necesito tu ayuda

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