Projects

These case studies showcase some of the most enjoyable and challenging projects I have worked on over the past few years.

Charity Bank

Charity Bank

The Charity Bank redesign was the first project I worked on after joining No Divide. I was the lead developer, responsible for front-end development and CMS integration.

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Photographic Museum of Humanity

Photographic Museum of Humanity

Shortly after completing the Charity Bank website I was enlisted to join the team working on building a new photography social network. I began working as a front-end developer but quickly expanded to carrying out back-end work too. More recently I have also taken on responsibility for some visual design and user experience work.

The site launched in December 2015. No Divide continues to handle maintenance and product development.

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Your Big Pitch

Your Big Pitch

In 2014 I co-founded Your Big Pitch with my friend Gary Lunt. Together we built a web application that helped people to evaluate new business opportunities.

The application guided users through a structured evaluation of their idea to tease out key insights and identify any hurdles that might stand in the way of success.

I was responsible for the design and development of the Rails application that delivered the process created by Gary.

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Kojitsu

Kojitsu

Kojitsu was a social link aggregator that I built to help solve the fear of missing out (FOMO) on social networks. By providing a daily summary of the best links shared by your friends on Facebook and Twitter, Kojitsu allowed you to unplug from your news feeds safe in the knowledge that you wouldn't miss anything important.

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HTML5 Foundations

HTML5 Foundations

In 2012 I worked with Treehouse and John Wiley & Sons to write HTML5 Foundations, a guide to help people get started in the web industry. As a first-time author the project was challenging but extremely rewarding.

The book went on to earn a 4.4 star average rating on Amazon and his since been translated into traditional Chinese.

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