Front-end developer from Oxford, UK
I'm currently working as UX Front-end developer at Aris Technologies.
I use Sass/CSS3 and HTML5 to design and build the Responsive front-end for websites across a multitude of devices.
DingoonityFounded, Design, Build, PHP, SMF
SusHackFounded, Design, Build, Sass, Jekyll, RWD
Weekend ThingFounded, Design, Build, Sass, Jekyll
Brakspear Ale TrailsDesign, Build, Sass, Jekyll, RWD
Alyn ShiptonDesign, Build, PHP, Sass, Wordpress
Brakspear'sDesign, Build, Bolt CMS, PHP, Sass, RWD
Bell Street Brewery
Besides these examples, I spend my time designing and building lovely websites over at Marmalade & Jam.
UI/UX of VRA list of resources about the UI/UX considerations for VR
Install all FirefoxesA script to install all the versions of Firefox side-by-side on OS X
HP11 Arch Linux InstallerA script to install Arch Linux natively on the HP 11 Chromebook
LightDM Chrome OS ThemeA ChromeOS-esque theme for LightDM
You can find more of my projects on my GitHub profile.
A bit more about me
In 2012 my wife and I founded a web design company, Marmalade & Jam. We deliver high-quality bespoke websites for local businesses.
I started Dingoonity.org in 2009, Dingoonity is an online community centered around a Chinese portable games console called the Dingoo A320, and the development of software for the Dingoo A320. Today Dingoonity sees over 60,000 visitors per month.
I actively blog about technology, and have organised a handful of hack-days in Oxford with a sustainability theme.
I write frequently on my technology blog, some examples:
- On the subject of "Pixel-perfect PSD to HTML/CSS"
- Getting started with using Sass in your existing website
- Why your reasons for no-longer using a CSS pre-processor are wrong, and you're wrong, and you should feel bad.
- Creating 'Material Design' shadows in Photoshop
- Some approaches for creating diagonal section separators for your website
- So you want to organise a hack day?
- Max Glenister Uses This