More specifically, my name is Robert and I am a frontend web developer from South East England. I am a self taught man who is passionate about the web and technology.
My current skillset includes basic design work using Adobe (Photoshop and Illustrator), responsive front-end development and Wordpress theme creation.
I’m always wanting to learn and drive myself to create using the latest web technologies, looking for the next challenge to evolve and be at the forefront of frontend web development
Garth is a London based music producer and DJ and his brief was simple. He wanted a website to be a portal to his social media profiles.
The site was developed with SASS and utilises SVG’s with PNG fallback for older browsers.
A London based graphic designer, came to me with their own design to advertise themselves after their University degree.
With Wordpress being used as the backend and a custom design in Photoshop I was tasked with converting the website in to a template. This involved using SASS for the CSS, creating custom post types, single page templates and custom metaboxes for video link posting, software indication and client detail.
Kent based photographer who wanted a home to showcase his photography portfolio and have a place of contact on the internet.
Online paint supplier, e-Paint, required a redevelopment and upgrade of their site to fit the modern web. The project was undertaken by DeviantDesign in Bournemouth who asked me to help with the transformation.
DeviantDesign developed a new design in Photoshop and we set to work learning enough .ASP to allow us to remove uneccessary code and keep the site running with our new, clean style.
The best way to get in contact with is up is to send me an email. My email address is my first name at this website or you could use the form to the left.
If you are enquiring about a potential project, please include your project goals, your deadlines and your budget and I’ll get back to you as soon as possible with my availability and the option to discuss the project further.