We are a design-and-development, husband-and-wife team based in Cardiff, South Wales, with clients all over the globe. We have both worked in the web and print design industries for more than 15 years and between us can cover every web, design, hosting or support issue you may have.
In addition to her coding skills, Mari is an experienced designer and illustrator, and has worked on a number of high-profile design and illustration projects, including posters, logos, book covers and book layouts. Design and illustration clients have included bands, authors, publishers, and cookbook layout design for the Food Network.
Mari loves cats, zombies, comics and roller derby, she can often be found working on design projects for her league, the Tiger Bay Brawlers. She also actively campaigns for endometriosis awareness, and is involved in various projects promoting this. You can find out more by following @MariBiscuits on twitter.
Adam has worked as a writer and designer at Media Wales for more than 15 years. But when he’s not working on tomorrow’s newspapers, he’s casting his expert eye over Madamadari projects. Adam is passionate about design and illustration, and is an expert in Photoshop, Indesign, Illustrator… and pretty much any other software out there.
Adam’s years of design experience have given him an excellent eye for design, and lots of speed, ensuring our projects look great and are completed quickly. Adam has worked on a number of high-profile projects, including Media Wales Stage Swn Poster, book cover designs for a number of authors/publishers, and posters/illustrations for local and international bands, events and teams. He has a number of designs available on RedBubble and has been featured on numerous design blogs. In addition to his design skills, Adam is also great at code and creates beautiful looking websites with great functionality.
Adam loves noodles, comics, geeky stuff in general, can complete a Rubik’s Cube in 2 minutes and has a great beard. To find out more, follow @renduh on twitter, or visit his personal site http://www.acwe.co.uk/