Putting it simply, I'm one man on a mission.
I love what I do, and what I do is create stuff online.
From big to small.
From simple to unbelievably complex.
Web sites, presentations, ecommerce, APIs and more.
It's what I do.
I have to admit it, I do really enjoy what I do. It's nerdy, yes, but there's something a bit special
about spending hours writing some code to get data from somewhere like Apple, UPS, or GSMA, and then running it and getting back exactly what you wanted, first time!
I have been building web sites for over 20 years, and it's still providing new challenges, which is what I love most.
Application Programming Interfaces to give it its full name. I have created and built for many APIs. For example, I have created sites with their own APIs, or used APIs from shipping companies, payment systems, and others.
I do find it satisfying taking someone's idea or investigating what a company does and what their ethos is, then using that to build their branding and creating a site that puts their message out there.
Blackfern Co-Operative is an automotive cooperative that matches parts and servicing suppliers with workshops and service centres across New Zealand.
Twenty-Twenty saw the launch of phase 1 of the Blackfern Co-Operative web site.
A welcome refresh that provides a more professional look and a solid foundation for future expansion.
The New Zealand Society for the Study of Diabetes is anon-profit New Zealand organisation that provides a service for those involved in the care of people with diabetes.
The aim was to bring a web site that NZSSD could be proud of, with more colour, imagery, and interaction.
The new NZSSD site delivers a CMS-driven platform that ensures conformity across sections and pages.