I'm a web designer, front end developer, content specialist and occasional programmer based in Corrimal, on the south coast of NSW, Australia. In short, I make websites. I do lots of related things (and lots of unrelated things) but what I do best is make websites. I don't focus on a particular programming language, or a style of visual design, or a type of content - I focus on doing whatever it takes to deliver to my clients their ideal web presence. Because of that, I have some clients who use my services to achieve a specific outcome and I never see them again, and some who become my customers and friends for many years as I hone their web presence to be ever more effective. If your needs resemble those, or anywhere in between, contact me to see what I can do for you.

Australian Web Industry Association

2015 has been quite a year for the Australian Web Industry Association (AWIA), one in which the success of events like the Australian Web Awards has been tempered by the relative disappointment of a highly adventurous Edge of the Web national conference.

With a strong and impassioned leadership, some revolutionary changes are afoot in AWIA and 2016 is going to mark some important steps forward. One of the more interesting developments is that AWIA is for the first time employing paid staff to carry out some of its work, freeing up the Committee members to continue planning the organisation’s ongoing growth. The very first formal AWIA position is a part-time Manager, a position which I’m extremely proud to say is going to be filled by me!

What is AWIA?

If you’re not familiar with AWIA, it’s the peak national body representing the interests of Australian web professionals. Not so much a union, AWIA is a professional association, aiming to provide information, resources and professional development opportunities to people who have made or are making their careers as web designers, developers, information architects, user experience experts, content producers, programmers, search consultants, agency owners, project managers, specialists, generalists, consultants, freelancers – pretty much anyone who makes a living on the web.

The over-riding principle is that by joining AWIA, a web worker – whether a company or an... read more


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