Tom says:“It's not just about how it looks but how it works. People need to understand an interface quickly and get what they need out of it really easily. You want them to feel like the experience was a pleasure. One they want to repeat. This is what I do best.”
Tom says:“A tried and trusted set of tools and techniques which achieve the best possible experience for your users. I've got over a decade of experience working in usability and I've been using creating personas, wireframes, rapid prototyping and user testing throughout my career.”
Tom says:“It's not just about making websites that also work on mobiles (although that's the result), it's about embracing the web for what it is. We know less than ever about what devices people are using to view the web, but by making it responsive your website will shine no matter what.”
Tom says: “These are the best, most interesting projects I've done over the last few years. Employ me to do more stuff like this!”
Tom says: “Absolutely not! Although if this wasn't my job it'd definitely be what I did in my spare time. Speaking of which, here are a few personal projects I've done in my spare time.”
Tom says: “Hmm… rather than write a long boring passage here all about myself, where I come from and where I’ve been, I’ve documented my own personal March To Moscow.”
…or go on the twitters.
Daughter-made paper decoration. http://t.co/QMLuDq8x8M
05:49pm — 17th December 2014
Everyone else is busy in Sunday night activity, but there's a coffee and a kindle in the kitchen… http://t.co/kstm3R17u5
07:08pm — 14th December 2014
@mattedgar I've always found commit messages sit just at that place where "doing things right" and "making myself giggle" overlap ;-)
11:16pm — 12th December 2014
Pssssst! these are from the cache.
Tom says: “You're right to be sceptical but I do exist. Here is some documentary footage of me speaking to people in rooms”