Meet our team of passionate creatives with high ambition
Founded in London in 2014 , Digital Candy is a web design and web development agency now based in Hong Kong.
With more than 13 years of experience working with SME E-commerce businesses, corporates and retail giants, Digital Candy boasts its eye for aesthetics, expertise in website development and e-commerce, flair in writing and a 360 degree understanding of the retail market.
Here are some of our core values:
Learn more about our Web Development and Design Service here.
I have always been interested in web technology therefore went to a multi-media school and started my career as a designer and web developer. After about 7 years of professional experience in web technology and E-commerce, I created Digital Candy in 2014 in order to provide a better customer experience than I received while working with other agencies. My goal has always been to produce the best work possible, building projects the right way and based on data rather than intuition while making this process easy to follow for our customers.
I studied graphic design and illustration at OCADU in Canada and worked at a newspaper company after graduating. While I love to work with typography and paper in the print and editorial industry, I am convinced that E-commerce and web design is what I like to pursue after a few years of working experience. Therefore I joined Digital Candy to explore the digital world! I am here to transform my editorial skills to digital design and create something beautiful!
I enjoy watching people in everyday life, like to understand their lives and cultures, and share their experiences, through my camera. I always feel the excitement and have great satisfaction if their movements, emotion or feelings at critical moments are successfully captured. I was interested in flash photography and has been involved in product shooting for the last four years. I was awarded the Silver Distinction title SPSA by the Photographic Society of America in early 2018 and photo of the day on nationalgeographic.com in late 2015.