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Its a long story as to why the business is called Aquaman, but its largely related to the fact that, Aquaman, aka Duncan McFarlane, was previously a swimming coach at Matlock Swimming Club. At the time of choosing the name it sounded OK and its just stuck.
Duncan is freelance working from his home in Tansley near Matlock, Derbyshire. He spent a brief period at Wilmorton College (now integrated into Derby College) studying design , but is largely self trained in modern techniques of website design. Also in the past six or seven years, Duncan has also taught himself video production skills for which he has worked for organisations such as Waterstones, Derbyshire County Council and Derbyshire Constabulary.
And if that wasn't enough, Duncan trained in the printing industry from the age of 16 working mainly in pre-press, where he reached the level of production controller before heading off to work for himself in 1999. In his time in the print industry, Duncan, obtained qualifications up to degree level, for which he obtained several awards including the British Printing Industries Federation Bronze Medallion, the Varn award for Excellence in Printing and the 3M award for Most Innovative Project.
We found Aquaman to be reliable, knowledgeable and friendly, making the difficult task of designing and building a website much easier than with other designers we had dealt with.
- Web design for Swimming Club
- New website for Architect
- Web design for Bed and Breakfast Accommodation
- Website for Builders / Construction Company
- Website for Self Catering Accommodation
- Builder and Joiner Website
- Matlock Athletic Club Website
- Bowls Club Website
- Big Society Small Business Website
- Chesterfield House, Bed and Breakfast, Matlock
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