Is this an orange ladybird with so many black spots that they've joined together, or a black ladybird with just a couple of strangely shaped orange spots? I suspect it's a Harlequin, and hence arguably the former, but I'm not really sure about the identification.
This is a Yellow slug crawling through a wormery that I saw at the London Green Fair recently. I mistakenly called it a Leopard slug at the time, not being particularly familiar with slug species and assuming that this spotted thing must be one. But now I know better having looked it up.
However if you've never seen a video of Leopard slugs mating, I suggest you do so right now - but not if you're eating or otherwise easily repulsed. It's truly bizarre.
My father sent a great picture of a Zebra spider, showing the two particularly large forward facing eyes. These give it excellent binocular vision in order to pounce accurately on prey.
These little black and white spiders are very characterful and great fun to play with as they walk sideways, backwards and pounce on your finger. They always leave a silk line behind when they jump so they can bungee back if necessary. Very clever. I've touched on them before, with a picture from a different angle that shows the body.