I keep coming across local businesses in Ipswich who are really not understanding the benefits and rules of Facebook when it comes to business profiles. Too often I see “So and So Ltd wants to be your friend”. I certainly don’t want to befriend a business …READ MORE
I’m proud to have launched a new website for a legal firm in Ipswich, Immigration Legal Services, their expertise in immigration, asylum, human rights and nationality law sets them apart from all competition in Suffolk, and they are the only law firm to achieve this standard …READ MORE
Whilst working on the next iteration of Expanse (Expanse 5) - the CMS I built to power all of mine and my clients web sites I came across a particular scenario in which I initially wanted to solve essentially with front end code …READ MORE
Finally getting back to work after a period of quietness in projects coming to my desk of late. In the lull I’ve move office, updated my Mac, chosen Ionic as a development tool for apps and discovered my wife was expecting our second child. …READ MORE
Iv’e just spent the afternoon testing, debugging and pulling my hair out after discovering what looked like a promising firmware upgrade to a Linksys 54GL router to enable a locally managed captive portal for a clients restaurant …READ MORE
A good friend of mine asked if I would help her with coursework for her final year, I let her use my camera and help with posing her friends for a fictitious band’s album cover. …READ MORE
Ok, so this is unprecedented, a second blog post within a day, I am not sure what is going on either. But I felt I just had to share my experience of a little tool I have running for my iOS app Heritage …READ MORE
Building products is great fun. Even better if you can build them quickly and successfully. I have been building a lot of products recently, one of note is TicketGun, a super simple, easy and quick way for anyone to sell tickets online with TicketGun. Here is short story of how I built this latest product …READ MORE
I heard something on the radio today in an interview with a foreign (to England) musical artist. The interviewers asked the lady “Do you think in English?”. Whilst her response was yes, due to the fact she had spent to long a time living here, it has had me thinking for the last 10 minutes, in English …READ MORE
If you would like to discuss anything about your next project please drop me a line.
Web Apps: ~£4000
Native Apps: ~£8000
No matter how small your project is, or if the budgets above scare you, please do get in touch, I shall always listen and will advise freely alternative ideas or solutions. If you are a charity, let's talk!