From a background in the music industry, including a few years as a professional musician, I made a transition into frontend web development.
With over 15 years commercial experience, I’m now an accomplished frontend developer with a specialism in WordPress websites. I sometimes partner with designers, but also have a keen eye for design and how it serves the user experience.
Every project is unique, but in each, I focus on meeting both business and user needs.
I ensure client satisfaction by providing high quality work, delivered on time with excellent communication throughout a project.
“Rob has fantastic attention to detail and thoroughness in his approach, which I greatly appreciate. His technical knowledge and problem-solving abilities have been invaluable in meeting any request or challenge I have put to him, and in delivering a site that meets our needs.”Client: Central Saint Martins – UAL
Always passionate and excited to learn new best practice, techniques and technology, I’m currently enjoying a course on Angular.
View a selection of projects I’ve worked on as a frontend developer or related work below.
Other related work
2017 Teaching the web design/development element of Graphic Design and Computers short course.
2013 — 2014 Teaching Designing for the Internet short course (5 courses).
User research and functional specification for Tate
2010 & 2012 Produced and presented user research report and functional specification to key stakeholders for turbinegeneration, an international Tate project connecting schools, artists and galleries (freelance contract).
Co-founder and Technical Director of BoreMe.com
2001 — 2010 At its peak, BoreMe was a major UK entertainment/viral website, partnering with Channel 4 Ideas Factory on various projects. The business model was principally video advertising.
My responsibilities ranged from web development and project management through to content and community management.