A Bristol based, freelance
Front-end & Wordpress developer.
I make websites. Huge ones with tons of community content and data, tiny ones that look nice, fun ones with animation, games and competitions, and engaging ones that sell things — all sorts really.
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I've been freelance since 2010. I build everything from community sites, with a large site architecture, to one page microsites and facebook apps. Wordpress tends to be CMS of choice, but I also occasionally use MODx, or some other PHP framework. I make websites for individuals, agencies and start ups alike.
I'm a front-end developer who can code. That means that unlike a lot of developers, the sites I build will look nice and match the design closely. I'm not a designer myself, but I understand and can obey the rules of design. I often collaborate with designers when working directly with a client.
I love animation, interactivity and games, be that using the DOM, canvas or whatever. I post tutorials and blogs on fun front end stuff on digitherium.com.
I try to pair the more creative side of front end with clean code and rock solid fundamentals. The sites I build look good, but are fast and performant as well. I work out of Temple 1852 in the fair city of Bristol.