In large scale projects, attitude is everything. I have worked for a number of clients, including big brands such as Virgin Media, Thomson, Kwik Fit and The Gym Group as well as one-man enterprises such as CustomersUnited or RapidFire. In all my projects, I try to bring an open mind, and stay connected to stakeholders and project managers so that the results are requirement-driven and delivered on budget and in time. If you want some examples of my work, visit my portfolio.
Love working with Adam. Can’t think of anything bad to say about our working relationship! I feel confident to leave work with Adam and never have to chase. He always delivers, and mostly more than what I would expect from him.
I have worked for a number of clients, including big brands such as Virgin Media, Thomson, and Virgin Trains as well as one-man enterprises such as CustomersUnited or RapidFire. Whatever the job, if it excites me (in that way only coding can do), then I’m in. If you want some examples of my work, visit my portfolio.
I take pride in my code. I managed my own team in my last role, and strongly promoted the virtues of well thought out code. My dad taught me to “measure twice, and cut once”, and this principle permeats my work. My code is always readable and logical, so that no matter how complex it gets, someone else can always dive in and navigate around without needing a manual.
I can confidently say that Adam’s level of accuracy is far above that of most developers that I’ve dealt with before. It’s a pleasure to work with him from a design perspective as he can see detail that most developers will miss.
If you want to learn how I got into coding, and the arduous self-taught route that brought to me where I am today, you can find out everything you need to on my history page.
As a developer, I am always trying to share the things locked away in my knowledge, but I am also always learning and borrowing from the successes and failures of other people. I felt like it was my turn to give back, so I have put some of my own resources up in this section. You can see my latest resources below, or hit "read more" to see everything.
Something I developed in my years as an email developer and have implemented for several clients. Its a bullet-proof framework, that can be added to any HTML email to give access to a series of CSS classes that will help emails adapt to a mobile world. There are many limitation to HTML emails, so its never going to be simply plug-and-play, but I have provided some guidance on how to adapt HTML and work with this framework to achieve great results.Read more ›
I struggled with this error in Umbraco of a while. There seems to be little published around it, although lots of people are posting about it. After trawling through forums, and trying everything that came up, I still didn't have much luck. I managed to get around the issue by following the steps outlined on this page.Read more ›
Documentation on the first script released as part of my AbleJS plugin Library. This plugin makes any element respond to a click event by adding/removing a css class from itself and any number of other targets. It's a constantly evolving animal, but I will endeavor to keep this resource up to date with the latest releases.Read more ›