My name's Pete Williams and I'm a
I love making easy to use websites and applications by discovering how users really think and what business really need. I've been making websites for around 15 years, so I like to think I've now got the hang of it.
I genuinely love what I do, and am committed to learning as much as I can. As such, I'm constantly reading and learning from my peers in the London
This ensures I can continually offer the latest technology, practices and ideas, to put your company at the very forefront of customer experiences.
If I sound like someone you'd like to work with, please do get in touch.
A true team player with a high level of OO skill, a very capable individual that took new technologies onboard with ease. Out of the 50 or so software developers that have worked for me I consider Pete to be one of the best, would not hesitate to employ again.
Pete's excellent analytical & programming skills contributed a lot to the success we have achieved at Office Shadow. In addition to that Pete is a strong team player and I strongly recommend him
I also have 11 recommendations on LinkedIn.
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So, recently I've got quite into the art of BBQ - that's long, slow cooked American-style BBQ - pulled pork, brisket, ribs, all that jazz. All cooked in the smoker over charcoal and wood for many, many hours. As it's about time I dusted off my camera, I'm going to start documenting the results of my experiments here. Starting with these - beef short ribs smoked for 6 hours over oak. If you've not had beef ribs before, they are MASSIVE. A rack of four ribs weighed in at over 3kg. And they taste AWESOME.
- Information Architecture
- Interaction Design
- Usability Testing
- User Research
- Website HTML5 & CSS3 Build
- Ajax Front-end Development
- Object-Oriented PHP
- Relational MySQL
As a keen but inexperienced allotment holder, I sometimes find myself with a gap to fill, but little idea of what I can plant at that particular time - so I made myself a website that would tell me! Turns out, other people have found that rather useful too…