a designer and developer—primarily of websites—living and working in Dublin City Centre. You can call me a UI designer and frontend developer if you like, but that probably doesn't cover it.
I've been building for the web professionally for 15 years, riding the wave all the way from IE6 to the animated, multidimensional touchscreen future in which we currently find ourselves. You have no idea how much more fun it is to write CSS in 2017 than it was in 2002.
I've been working freelance for a number of years, but am currently interested in any and all opportunities. Please get in touch.
Hilltops is a panoramic mapping project maintained with Helene Pertl. It is an expanding range of peaks that can be navigated by line of sight.Please Visit
Ogham is the earliest form of writing in Ireland, it dates to around 4th century A.D. and was in use for around 500 years. The Ogham alphabet is made up of a series of strokes along or across a line. Ogham is sometimes referred to as the "Celtic Tree Alphabet" as a number of the letters are linked to old Irish names for certain trees. The alphabet was carved on standing stones to commemorate someone, using the edge of the stone as the centre line. They normally read from the left hand side bottom up, across the top and if need be down the other side. — Megalithic Ireland
A fluid, evenly-spaced sidescrolling array of mountain ranges with proportional heights. Adjusts as new hilltops are added. This took ages!
Bespoke ExpressionEngine-powered site carefully tailored to particular client requirements.Please Visit
A inventory of projects—from printing to fiction other—designed in collaboration with Helene Pertl.Please Visit
A fluid css grid for images, allowing near infinite variety mixing landscape, portrait and square photographs.
Driven through ExpressionEngine custom fields.
Always meant to reuse this somewhere, but haven’t had the opportunity yet.
If anyone ever asks you to implement a set of fluid, interlocking hexagonal images with a fixed-pixel-width border and have each one be a separate lightbox link and have them be client editable, just say no.Website, I Guess?
The web is a punishing medium for archivists. A growing list of client work lost in the mists of time.
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