I’ve been designing and building on the web for over 10 years. I’ve worked with some great teams and clients including Grooveshark, Adobe, Fusion Ads, CocoaTech, QuickCal, Thorel Woodworking, Ethical Coffee Chain, UpThemes, Ongo, Perch, Agent Inbox, Brewhouse, Steamclock, Arc’teryx, Viral Foundry, Finstripe, Blanc Media, Platero Visual, Rye 51, Stantec, Ensibuuko, and Make IT.
My work has been featured in Beautiful Pixels, TechCrunch, Gigaom, VentureBeat, and the iOS App Store.
Originally from the small town of Dorchester, Ontario, I now live in Vancouver, British Columbia. In my free time I write and record music, take photos, and explore the beautiful province I now call home.
You can email me at hello [at] patdryburgh.com and can follow me on Micro.blog, Instagram, and Twitter.
This site is built with Jekyll and hosted on Github. Freight and Freight Sans are served by Typekit. RSS feeds are syndicated using FeedPress. The illustration of me is by Courtney Make.
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Growing up, I enjoyed watching directors’ commentaries of my favourite movies. I love learning how people do what they do and think what they think. In web design and development, the closest comparison to a director’s commentary is getting to see the actual source code for a site. You can see how this site is made by viewing the public repo on Github.