Beepcheeks – Responsive Day Out 2

Last Friday was Responsive Day Out 2: The Squishening, the follow up to last year’s inaugural Responsive Day Out conference in Brighton hosted by Jeremy Keith. The event takes a very different approach than most, cutting back on everything from lunch to lanyards and even an after-party, opting for cheaper than average tickets and focussing […]

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A final adventure?

I’m sat on the train heading back from what is likely the last ever New Adventures conference. As much as that makes me kinda sad to say that it might not happen again, it’s been a great few days and a truly great end to the first month of 2013. New Adventures was one of […]

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The Designer Developer relationship

I’ve been a web developer for a few years now, mainly working at an agency, but with some freelance experience too. Generally this has meant the projects I work on will usually be alongside a designer, a situation which I’m sure many people are familiar with. This designer/developer relationship will therefore form the basis of […]

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Points Means Pixels

Yesterday I took the very substantial journey from Oxford all the way down to Brighton to attend the second Points Brighton mini-conference. Here’s some thoughts on the event, the speakers and the topics covered. All in all a great event and with proceeds going to a great cause what more could you ask for!

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Let the sunshine in – Update Conference 2011

There’s so much I could say about the last 3 days I’ve experienced in Brighton. I have to say experienced because I didn’t just go to any town, to any conference. I went to Brighton for Update 2011: The Human Touch – iOS & Beyond.

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