My website, a small monochromatic look into the mind of a website developer, a digital evangalist, frustrated blogger, loving father and wannabe writer.
Friday 8th February 2012
In 2006 I made two life-defining decisions. One, was to agree with Stephanie’s request for a baby, the second was to seek new employment, to work in London and try and perfect the art of website development. Now, almost seven years later the tide has turned and I’m heading back to where I came from.Read the full post »
In November 2011, I had my first short story published in an anthology of ghost stories called "Things that go bump in the night"Purchase on Amazon »
I have been in the rather fortunate position of having worked for two of London's biggest advertising agencies, JWT and (currently) ais London - on projects for some the worlds biggest brands; O2, EDF Energy, Shell, Vodafone, Asda, Skoda, Rimmel London, Kelloggs, Nestle, Nokia, and HSBC, to name a few.
From traditional television ads, direct mail and press ads a whole new world of digital marketing has grown expotentially over the past few years and I've been quietly beavering away in the background bringing to life those creative idea's brainstormed in boardrooms and barstools all over Knightsbridge and Soho.
Websites, Microsites, CMS sites, Wordpress sites, html email newsletters, Facebook Apps, You Tube Channels, all part of a day in the life of a front-end website developer!
There are plenty of reasons why I haven't showcased any of my agency projects on this site, mainly as I am a small cog in a big wheel and I wouldn't want to be seen as taking any of the credit. If you want to see some of the work I have done, email me, and I will send you a long list of URL's.
However, there have been the odd occasions when someone has asked for a little helping hand. Here are some of my more personal projects, websites I have built in the spare time between work, the Gills and looking after the little man.Connect with me on LinkedIn »
Phoebe Anne Bird
Oliver George Bird
A few of my favourites...
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