I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve drummed into my clients the importance of their ‘About’ page. Here goes…
I’ve been creating websites commercially for well over five years and I’m still learning today; this industry is certainly good at keeping you on your toes.
I was awarded a First in Computer Science with Management from King’s College London in 2003, after which I joined Fujitsu Services on their graduate programme, ending up as a Consultant working in London. I left Fujitsu in early 2008, and started Hexagon shortly after… the rest, as they say, is history.
I’m a strong believer in common sense, and not complicating things unnecessarily. I see the web design process as a collaborative, iterative process, and I’m not usually happy until you are. As a person, I’m both creative and techy (or ‘left’ and ‘right’ brained as one client told me). I love the high level strategy stuff but am a little obsessed with detail & service too.
Working with me, you will come to expect that I will do what I say I will, when I say I will (I get quite sad that this is not so common these days). You can read more detail about the web design process and what’s involved here.
Where I am
I am based south of Oxford, in the village of East Hagbourne. Centrally located to serve the home counties of Oxfordshire and Berkshire, and only five minutes from the A34, I work with clients locally, across the UK and very occasionally internationally too.