Start with a blank canvas.
I’ve been running Hexagon Webworks for almost 10 years (since February 2008). The vast majority of business comes via word of mouth, repeat business and referrals.
I enjoy going back to basics, starting with a blank canvas and asking lots of questions – asking why and how and what, before diving into the detail of how your website might look, work and function.
As a person, people say I’m both creative and techie (or ‘left’ and ‘right’ brained). I enjoy the high level strategy stuff but I’m a bit of a perfectionist too – so expect attention to detail and good service.
More about me
I take a common sense approach to projects and don’t like complicating things unnecessarily. I see the web design process as a collaborative, iterative process, and I’m not happy until you are too!
I’m a Computer Science with Management graduate (Fist Class Honours, King’s College London, 2003) and still learning today; this industry is certainly good at keeping you on your toes.
Before starting Hexagon, I worked for Fujitsu Services; I joined on their graduate programme. I left Fujitsu in early 2008, and started Hexagon Webworks shortly after.
I am based south of Oxford, in the village of East Hagbourne (just outside of Didcot).
Centrally located to serve the home counties of Oxfordshire and Berkshire, I work with clients locally and across the UK.