A bit more about Bruce

I’m a Front End Web Designer & Developer and have been helping people and companies build & enhance their websites since 2003.

My interest in all things webby began in late 1999 while working at the original Boo.com. After a brief stint of freelancing, I started at Airmiles in 2004 – which later became Avios. I worked as their Senior Front End Designer & Developer for 9 of the 11 years I was there.

Since 2015 I have worked as a freelance Front End Web Designer & Developer on a wide variety of projects at Macmillan Cancer Support, Pegasus, Charanga Music, Time Inc, Analog Implant Laboratory, MerchantCantos and Euromoney.

I have considerable experience in building usable, accessible, standards compliant and responsive websites that perform well across multiple browsers and devices. I'm told I communicate and work well with technical and non-technical people alike – and have worked extensively on Agile (Scrum & Kanban) projects in small, medium and large multi-functional development teams.

I really enjoy learning new technologies and endeavour to find neat solutions to complex problems. I think the websites we design and build should be as usable as possible no matter the context. I'm therefore particularly interested in responsive web design, progressive enhancement, progressive web apps, web standards and web accessibility.

I also enjoy writing whenever I get the chance. I've written a few web-related blog entries as well as some personal blog entries. Here's hoping you'll like some of them or be able to relate to them in some way.

You're welcome to if you'd like to get in touch and/or download a copy of my CV if that's what you're after.