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Steve Calderwood
Worked at Schuh Ltd
Attended University of Abertay Dundee
Lives in Edinburgh
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Graphic Designer
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  • Schuh Ltd
    Graphic Designer, 2009 - 2011
  • Schuh Ltd
    Junior Graphic Designer, 2008 - 2009
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Hey, how's it going? Im Steve Calderwood.

Im currently the Senior Graphic Designer for Schuh Ltd in the United Kingdom and I currently reside in Edinburgh.

My passion is logo/identity/branding and hope to do more illustration and personal work soon.

I'm very interested in taking on more freelance work so please feel free to get in touch.

Come say hi at calderwood.steve@gmail.com
Education
  • University of Abertay Dundee
    Computer Arts, 2001 - 2007
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Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
The area seems to be going through a bit of a rejuvenation of sorts over the past couple of years: Earthy has popped up, Tesco has had a lick of paint and The Other Place as well as Cross & Corner have taken over their 2 old foosty pub predecessors. The Blue Bear Cafe is another that fits this category and although I live on the same street as this little cafe, today was only my second visit...the other time was for a takeaway coffee (which was nice by the way). Today I panicked as I had very little food in (dry pasta is not a suitable breakfast) so I decided to hit up Blue Bear as I'd heard they do a mean bacon roll. So I ordered said roll + a bacon/egg one for good measure. In hindsight, I'll let them off for my 10 minute wait for my takeaway order since they were pretty busy and I think they had a new start. I wasn't too chuffed at the time though. I was just thinking of my poor belly. Unfortunately having a nice cafe with a well thought-out interior and great staff dont make up for 2 average breakfast rolls. Just make the bacon crispy...nobody doesnt like crispy bacon...everyone dislikes floppy bacon...floppy "I can get it in my work canteen" bacon. I might go back, I might not. Shame really. p.s. please provide a knapkin with takeaway orders. I have egg in my beard.
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
This place is fast becoming my new "local". It follows a great new trend in actually having a wide selection of drinks. For myself, the range of beers is excellent and it has Black Isle Blonde on tap. ON TAP! From what I've eaten off the menu it's so far, so good. And the open air kitchen is also a nice touch. During the summer months the windows/doors open completely, giving the place a great continental vibe. It also has an interesting exterior paint choice.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Having been to Peter's Yard (Quartermile) I was really looking forward to a good cup of coffee at their Stockbridge bakery. I'd been meaning to go since it opened. The setup is pretty much the same except on a smaller scale. The low key Scandanavian style being right up my street. However, the black coffee I had was average at best and no matter how nice the cup may be, the quantity of coffee I got was also not good enough. Especially for the price. All in all I probably won't be going back unfortunately, however my girlfriend did enjoy her cappucino so if that's your bag you'll probably enjoy the experience. Drink (coffee) - 6/10 Decor - 8/10 Staff - 8/10 Atmosphere - 7/10
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
With possibly the best burgers in town (in my opinion), Holyrood 9A also boasts a fine selection of beers, rums, and of course, whisky's. If you are going to get a burger, which you will, you'll also make sure to get it on a BRIOCHE bun and get SWEET POTATO FRIES to go with it. Trust me. I've been to Holyrood 9A countless times now and not once have I been disappointed other than not being able to get a table. The staff are attentive though and will do their best to get you a seat ASAP and their beers are on constant rotation so there's plenty to occupy you at the bar whilst you wait. Enjoy!
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago