This is a portfolio / blog site for Mustafa Kurtuldu showcasing both commercial and non-commercial work.

Mustafa is a Design Advocate at Google and has over sixteen years experience working across many sectors including publishing, charities, Central Government, education and finance, with a variety of organisations including News International, Middlesex University, The Metro Newspaper, BBC/Arts Council of England & Macmillan Publishing.

Throughout his career he has been responsible for design and development of websites, web applications and native applications. His skills include creating interactive prototypes, user interface design, front-end development, usability reviews, user testing and research. He currently develops in HTML5, CSS 2/3, .LESS, SASS, JavaScript, jQuery and PHP. He has also created various standard & Rich Media ad formats.


Mustafa has been involved in voluntary work using the media/design/art to help ‘hard to reach groups’ such as young people, the homeless and those with mental health difficulties. For example, he was involved in the Russell Commission, a youth volunteering initiative that led to the setting up of the charity V.

His passion for creativity has also led to some of his print and photography to be exhibited at White Chapel Gallery and the Suresnes Salle des Fetes, France. He was also commissioned to written articles for the Times Online, The Guardian and .netmagazine.

Credit where credits due…

Would also like to thank Andreas Varnavides, Darren Germain, Shane Smith, Daniel Osborne, Sven Laqua, Ben Giles, Michelle Barker & BasPixels for all of their creative inspiration.

You can also catch me on; 

ADN, Twitter, DribbbleGitLab, GitHub, LinkedIn & Flicker
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