My dad is a builder, a good one.

I’ve learnt a lot from him.

That’s great, but what does it have to do with being a web developer?

When my dad goes to look at a job he’s thinking about all the practicalities and taking educated guesses at issues that might arise. He’s planning the stages of work, where he can park each day and how easy the access is. He listens to his clients’ plans and envisions the finished product. He highlights any improvements he thinks could be made and points out any concerns. He even hoovers up when the job is done.

I apply that same problem solving ethic to building and maintaining websites. I don’t just shoehorn your content into a template. I listen to your requirements, your goals and I build a site based on these. You get exactly the right site for you; it’s like having a suit tailored rather than just accepting the one you bought a few years ago that never fitted you properly and you never quite liked.

I’m particularly interested in working with companies/brands and individuals that are focussed on being environmentally friendly or are related to the outdoors. But don’t worry if neither of these things really describe you, just get in touch and we’ll go from there.