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I've worked through all stages of the development life-cycle for a broad range of clients spanning many industry sectors. I find myself more at home creating user-friendly, well-crafted front-end experiences with a strong focus on usability, performance, and maintainability.
I have a background in Microsoft's technologies including MVC, C# and the .NET framework, more recently I have embraced Ruby on Rails and have been working on Rails based projects.
I'm currently available for freelance work! Let's chat via email.
Capital on Tap
Senior UI Developer
February 2017 ~ Present
I was asked to return to Capital on Tap as they needed someone to create a living style guide and develop guidelines for their front end projects. While here I also have been working on some public facing pages to help promote the company.
April 2016 ~ Present
I have been working on a selection of projects, across different industries. I plan to keep working on these in my free time to further develop my skill set.
I'm currently accepting freelance projects. If you'd like to work together or just want to chat, shoot me an email.
Capital on Tap
April 2015 ~ April 2016
I largely worked on front end projects which involved optimising, reworking and improving load times to the public facing sites and developing the UI of the user portals. I also led the creation and implementation of a custom SASS library into projects and training members of the team on how to use the library.
During my time at Capital on Tap, I also had exposure to some of the .NET back end. - Included working on unit tests, developing the customer portals so users could manage their accounts online.
November 2014 ~ March 2015
I refactored the company site by rewriting most of the code on the front end which improved the UX of the site. The work carried out meant customers found the site easier to use and this led to a higher conversion rate.
April 2014 ~ October 2014
I designed and developed the UI concept for the user and admin areas which were built using .NET MVC, and WebAPI. Along with the admin areas, I also created a conceptual native Android application. This app used Bluetooth LE to communicate with prototype devices and transferred data to the prototype.
October 2012 ~ March 2014
During my time at NASDAQ, I was the only designer/developer on the team. Utilising the in-house framework, I developed newsroom sites for various big brand clients such as Facebook, Sony, Gatwick, Mattel and Centre Parcs.
I also designed responsive, eye-catching designs for clients including Sony, and Gatwick. Two of which were put forward for 'design impact' awards.
Also, while working at NASDAQ, I have gained my MCP and have been working towards the MCSD: Web Applications certification.
The Whisky Exchange
May 2012 ~ October 2012
I designed and developed an internal system which allowed the sales team to manage products and orders on Amazon using the MWS API. It was created using .NET 4.0 which ran LINQ queries and web services to process data, and communicate with the Amazon API. I also worked on many minor front-end projects, microsites, newsletters, cross browser compatibility.
January 2012 ~ May 2012
During my brief time at DMflex, I worked primarily on internal projects. The main project being browser compatibility issues on the FT Live website, this included making the site work fully in IE6.
Google Analytics Certified
Google Analytics Individual Qualification (IQ)
April 2017 ~ September 2018
Microsoft Certified Professional
Feb 2013 ~ Present
- Web Design & Development, .NET, Web Forms, MVC, WebAPI
- Ruby, Ruby on Rails, Jekyll
- HTML, CSS, Sass, LESS, Markdown
- jQuery, React, AngularJS
- UI/UX Design
- Postgres SQL, SQLite3, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL
- Sketch, Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Visual Studio
- Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, Google Webmaster Tools, Git, BitBucket, GitHub, SVN, TFS