My website, a small monochromatic look into the mind of a website developer, a digital evangalist, frustrated blogger, loving father and wannabe writer.
Tuesday 23rd June 2015
For several years, mainly whilst drinking in the British Legion Club before Gillingham home games, my Dad, my friends and I would talk about visiting France or Belgium to tour some of the battlefields and visit the cemeteries of the fallen during World War One. We talked about Belgian beer and how we might be able to combine the two for a weekend of history, culture and light entertainment. But after talking about it once too many times, a decisive action was required and plans were drawn up once and for all.Read the full post »
In November 2011, I had my first short story published in an anthology of ghost stories called "Things that go bump in the night"Purchase on Amazon »
I'm an application developer currently working at James Villa Holidays. My background is in Front-End website development, learning my trade working at two of London's premier marketing agencies across a range of clients such as Shell, HSBC, O2, Vodafone, Rimmel London, EDF Energy and many more.
I love social media and the idea of digital connectivity. I believe that World Wide Web empowers people and that we have a responsibility as people to make it what we want it to be, entirely reflective of ourselves and our individual values.
There are plenty of reasons why I haven't showcased any of my agency projects on this site, mainly as I was a small cog in a big wheel and I wouldn't want to be seen as taking any of the credit. If you want to see any of the projects I played a part in, get in touch.
However, there have been the odd occasions when someone has asked for a little helping hand. Here are some of my more personal projects, websites I have built in the spare time between work, the Gills and looking after the little ones!Connect with me on LinkedIn »
Hayden Aaron Bird
Phoebe Anne Bird
Oliver George Bird
A few of my favourites...
Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org