Front-End Software Engineer at Twitter. I have experience developing component-based architectures, site planning, and user interface design. Previously, I worked on projects for ASOS, Lyst, National Health Service, Arthritis Research UK, London 2012, Royal Mail, and UCL.
I contribute to Open Source Software projects, in particular as a core developer for HTML5 Boilerplate, and as the co-creator of Normalize.css
Designed a scalable CSS architecture and lead a significant rewrite of the HTML/CSS components for TweetDeck 2.0. Rewrote the TweetDeck build script using Grunt.
Front-end development and consultancy. Specialised in creating modern, accessible, scalable, and robust front-end components. Worked for companies including Poke, Profero, and Lyst.
Responsible for Product Design and Front-End Development. Git, jQuery, CakePHP.
Core team member delivering front-end components. Agile development (Scrum), Mercurial, .NET MVC environment.
Freelance front-end developer working on short- and long-term contracts. Worked at agencies including Skive, The Tin, BCL, Gyro.
Lead front-end developer, internal and client-facing accessibility and UX consultant. Author of Reading Room’s Coding Standards for Interface Developers document. Advised on the appropriate use of open source software, decentralised content, and “social media”.