18 Jun 2012
Well That Was A Blast
I have just spent a wonderful couple of month working for Bloom Agency in Leeds with some of the best clients and a lot of very talented people. It’s sad to move on from such a great place but move on (heart heavy) I do to new adventures.
So Now Then...
I’m looking for a new project, a new contract or perhaps even a full time role. If you have come to this website, dear reader, to find out about me then do have a look around. I have designed sites for some big name clients and have lots of experience building and developing for some significant clients.
Primarily I'm looking for a contract role that offers the chance to work in UX/UI Design or Development using HTML, XHTML, HTML5, CSS3, jQuery and XSLT/XML. If that contract was in West Yorkshire or near enough then that would be great. I’ve worked in Leeds, Halifax, Huddersfield, Manchester & Sheffield in the last few years which should give you an indication as to where I tend to travel to.
I’d consider a full time role provided that it had a good meaty chunk of responsibility and the place felt right. I’m also open for freelance work. If you have a project that needs taking from idea to working website then my business — Cabin Pressure — has years of experience doing just that.
- Download Michael Wood’s CV or drop me a mail.
- You can still read BfB and if you want you can go back to the first version from 1999, the version that replaced it or the version after that. The years 2005-2007 are not online.
- www.nohandsbradford.co.uk comes to you in shiny HTML5.
There is a website in progress at www.nohandsbradford.co.uk. It is HTML5, because everything is these days, and presents articles from a print magazine online. Its a work in progress to be formed up by the dozen of so people who make up No Hands pushed forward by putting up ideas and seeing if they work.
Sixty-nine and counting
It is a small market, Bradford City t-shirts, but one that I have a small claw in. Sixty-eight people, so far, have bought the shirts I designed and sell. See boyfrombrazil.spreadshirt.co.uk.
This website has been remade in HTML5 and CSS3. The old website is still live if you want to see it.