From static brochure websites to data-driven eCommerce stores, plus lots in between, I've helped lots of start-ups and small businesses optimise their online presence across desktop, tablet and mobile.
I offer extra dev resource to busy design and web agencies. Experienced with a wide range of technologies, CMS’s and front-end tooling, I can offer advice on solutions and hit the ground running.
I've filled a number of specialist front-end roles across multiple industries, working closely alongside design, product and management teams to deliver great user experiences for customers.
I have a strong eye for design and love working with talented designers and creatives. I'm known for my care and level of detail when bringing designs to life on screen with modern and future-proof code.
Prototyping and testing of new features and designs for a best-in-class TV user experience.
Interactive sales tool for a leading global banking and financial services company. Optimised for tablet devices.
Responsive website optimised across desktop, tablet and mobile. Integrated with the Wordpress content management system.
I'm a freelance web developer working with clients in Cambridge and London. I specialise in the front-end, with a focus on clean, performant, responsive websites & apps optimised across desktop, tablet and mobile.
I have experience with a range of modern libraries, frameworks and tools, and enjoy their place within modern web development. I'm also a pragmatist and understand that every project is different and that some benefit from less overhead. I believe in using the right tools for the job at hand to deliver the best possible user experience.
I've worked on a large number of projects across multiple industries, ranging from small brochure websites to large-scale, high-profile eCommerce websites. I have experience integrating with a variety of API's and content management systems, including Wordpress. Most recently, I've spent 2 years developing interactive prototypes as single-page apps with ReactJS and accompanying libraries.