Stuff & Nonsense. Website designers in North Wales

We’re Stuff & Nonsense, a creative website design agency in the UK with a worldwide reputation for designing websites that look beautiful and work wonderfully on every type of device. We’re one of 2014’s top five ‘Agencies Of The Year’ at the Net Magazine awards.

Fabulously flexible website design

Our designs have helped businesses of all sizes, organisations, government bodies and charities.

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  • Evolve Beyond
  • ISO
  • Pairoo
  • STV
  • WIPO

Writing and speaking

We write books and articles about what we do, speak at conferences and teach at workshops.

Books

As well as numerous articles in web design publications, Andrew Clarke’s authored two influential books on website design and development; the best-selling ‘Transcending CSS’ and the critically acclaimed ‘Hardboiled Web Design.’

And all that ‘Malarkey’

For ten years our blog’s been a popular destination for thousands of website designers and developers.

Unfinished Business episode 90: ‘A brioche and a frothy coffee’ with Benjamin Hollway

Brighton-based developer Benjamin Hollway loves a burger in a brioche bun and joins me on Unfinished Business this week to talk about how young people feel excluded from some industry events and how conferences and meet-ups should cater for people who don’t want to or are too young to drink. Benjamin was shortlisted for ‘emerging talent of the year’ at the Net Awards and oh, did I mention that he’s only sixteen?

Unfinished Business episode 90: ‘Makes Transformers look like Citizen Kane’ with Brendan Dawes

Designer and artist Brendan Dawes is back on episode 90 of Unfinished Business this week to talk about his recent commission by Mailchimp, Six Monkeys, which explores interactions with email through physical objects named after six famous chimpanzees. Before that though, we talk more about what’s happening with Geek Mental Help Week, including whether the word ‘geek’ takes something away from the project and is somehow derogatory.