I’ve been a web designer for many years, in fact, it’s where my love for digital technology began. For four years after graduating from the University of Lincoln, I was self-employed running my own design agency, Tall Lime Ltd, through which I had the opportunity to work with clients in the UK and overseas to design websites.
My main client at that time was the British Growers Association, for whom I designed the international websites for British Carrots, British Onions and a number of agricultural conferences. I’ve also had the pleasure of working with the Rotary Action Group Against Child Slavery to design their new website, Paradigm YP (a charity campaigning for First Aid to be added to the curriculum in the UK) and many businesses in Lincolnshire and Beyond including Compare Business Calls, Greenborough Management, Broxholme Associates and many others. Throughout this time, I kept my interest in amateur dramatics close to my heart, and for five years I was the designer and website manager for CAODS (the County Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society) an award-winning theatre company based in Lincoln.
Alongside website design, I’ve also designed and build web applications including training courses for the University of Lincoln, brochures and introductory modules for HR and business. As I moved towards my current role as a Digital Education Developer, I started to build more websites for research projects including the Environmental Resistance Project, Centre for Entangled Media Research and Cricket Lincs, a project looking at the rich and diverse history of Lincolnshire cricket.
You can see examples of my website design work below. If you’d be interested in working with me on a web design and development project then do get in touch, I’d love to hear from you.
I have a broad range of experience and interests which stretch across the creative industries, from broadcasting to writing, design and development. I’m the author of two novels, the presenter of a syndicated country music programme which airs on stations across the UK and an established web designer and developer, with a number of national and international websites and mobile apps to my name. I am currently the Digital Education Developer for the College of Arts at the University of Lincoln, where I support and promote the adoption of digital tools for teaching and learning.
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