By embracing the latest web developement tools and techniques, I build websites that have solid foundations with an attention to detail that can only be gained from years of experience. Meaning the websites I develop will perform well across a wide range of devices and won't become obsolete in a hurry.
My first website went live in 2002 - back when Internet Explorer 5, Netscape Navigator and AOL were the browsers of choice. Since that time I've taken in excess of 100 websites from the inital design phase through to going live, many of which I still deal with on a daily basis. I have also worked on hundreds of third party sites that have been built in all manner of languages.
Over the years I've had the opportunity to work on a wide variety of websites, from small cottage industries right through to large multi-national companies. The variety of websites ranges from simple one page business-card sites, to back-office CRM systems and e-commerce sites selling everything from simple fasteners to brand new cars.
Keeping Up To Date
The web development industry is moving forward at such a fast pace that it is essential to keep up to date with the latest techniques, if your not constantly learning new stuff you can very quickly find yourself getting left behind.
Ever since I became a professional web developer I have always spent a large portion of my own time working on project in order to grow my skill set. This website is one of those projects and was recently re-designed in order to familiarise myself with the Symfony Framework.
All Round Advantage
Being proficient in such a wide range of web design and development techniques means that I am able to work on projects right from the inital concept through to the final delivery of the site.
Having such an in-depth knoweldge of the development process means that potential problems can be spotted earlier in the development cycle and solutions can be found that still meet the original brief without the need for work to be passed back and forth between team members causing delays.