::: portfolio :::

Here are some examples of web presences I have designed, developed and produced during my extensive career. Click on the thumbnails to view a larger image:

(This is far from a comprehensive portfolio - due to non-disclosure agreements and other legal issues, I am unable to display most of the non-publicly accessible work I have done for the UK Police Service, such as the UK Police Portal's Content Management and Message Broadcasting Applications.)

::: Money Advice Service :::

I currently lead on digital production for the UK's national Money Advice Service - set up by government to provide free, impartial advice for consumers.

::: BP :::

During the time I worked at Saltmine, we were the preferred supplier to BP, and I headed the UI team on several projects, as the companies web presences were completely redesigned with the 'Solar Helios' branding.

I was responsible for the home page of the 2000 relaunch of BP.com was almost certainly the first major corporate web presence to be built using a pure CSS non-table-based design.

The following year, as part of the next major update, I implemented the W3C XHTML 1.0 standard across the BP projects I worked on - again, almost certainly a world-first among major corporations.

::: National UK Police Portal :::

I was the design and development lead on the National UK Police Portal - an interactive public-facing web site built to strict UK Government guidelines, and W3C standards.

Features available to the public included crime reporting, Missing Persons reporting, Intelligence Capture, and registration for Message Broadcasts via email, phone and SMS.

HTK also built an extensive Administration and Publishing tool for Police Forces to use to publish Appeals for Information, Wanted Persons etc.

The site content was dynamic, making extensive use of XML and AJAX, and Appeals published by forces were linked to an information capture form, eliminating the potential for human error usually associated with intelligence capture.

In addition to the UK National Police Portal, I oversaw the design and development of several other web presences for the NPIA and various individual forces, including the Metropolitan, West Midlands and Suffolk Constabulary.

::: o2 :::

Another of HTK's major clients were o2 for whom we provided a range of telephony services, including the 'teach to text' campaign:

::: microsoft :::

As Microsoft partners, Saltmine Creative were responsible for maintaining MSDN UK and Microsoft's UK Events microsite.

::: BBC sport online :::

I cut my web production teeth on the BBC's flagship Sports website in 2000, having written for BBC radio and television during the late 1990s.

::: HTK Ltd :::

While working at HTK, I was responsible for producing a variety of online and printed materials, including the company web site, the customer intranet, magazine advertisments and CD labels and covermounts.

As early as 2002, the HTK website achieved WAI-AAA levels of accessibility, and various iterations of the site allowed me to experiment with DHTML and Flash animations, such as this example from the 2008 HTK home page.

::: KAE marketing intelligence :::

At Saltmine we were responsible for designing and building a funky web presence for KAE.