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Members: Mark Ford

Mark FordMark is a freelance front end web developer with over 12 years experience building sites for a wide range of clients, from large insurance firms & retailers to small brochure sites including Tesco, HSBC, Virgin Atlantic & Virgin Holidays, Kwik-Fit Insurance and MoreTh>n.

Specialties:
(X)HTML, HTML5, CSS, Semantic markup, Javascript (jQuery), Agile development, Usability, Accessibility, DDA compliance, Cross Browser comparability, Responsive design

A Worthing resident for over 25 years, Mark thinks the town is underrated, and often overshadowed by its neighbour Brighton. By running WorthingDigital Mark hopes to raise the profile of the digital community in Worthing.

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Members: James Bradshaw

James BradshawI have been developing web applications using Microsoft technologies since 1999. Working for a range of companies from small businesses needing simple functionality up to blue chip organisations working on enterprise level applications.

The business sectors I have worked within include travel, property, retail, finance, health and charities, which has given me the experience to work on web sites, intranets, back office applications, business to business integration, database design, database migration, and integration into legacy systems.

I can also provide skills at a project level with technical analysis and advice, requirements gathering, training and support.

Skills:
C#, VB.NET, ASP.NET, SQL Server, Web Services, ASP, VBScript, JQuery, AJAX, CSS, XHTML

Certification:
Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist: Web Developer

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Members: David Andrew

David AndrewSince 2005 I have been working as a freelance ‘front-end’ web developer working in eCommerce, brochure ware sites and large scale bespoke web applications.

I can work as an independent producer as well as part of a team using many scripting languages and frameworks that are commonly used in today’s web industry.

Specialities:
XHTML, CSS, JQUERY, AS3, PHP, MYSQL, SEO, Graphical design for web, User experience design, Documentation & wireframing

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Members: Clive Walker

Clive WalkerI’m a freelance web designer/developer [since 2002]. I provide web design and development, from brochure sites to ecommerce, and website management for local, mostly Sussex, businesses. If you cannot update your current website, let me know and I’ll suggest and implement a solution that works best for you. If you want your website to be easily viewable on a smartphone or tablet device, I’ll assess what is required to make it better on mobile devices.

Skills:
HTML, CSS, jQuery, Responsive Design, WordPress, Textpattern and Perch content management systems.

I live in Horsham but I visit the big city, Worthing 😉 most weeks for coworking with the friendly folks who make up Worthing Digital. In my spare time, I make occasional trips into the Sussex countryside on mountain bike.

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Responsive Web Design with Twitter Bootstrap & Less with Mark Ford

Talk Archive: 30th August 2012

Talk Description

Month on month, WorthingDigital continues to gain popularity, with the session in August seeing over 30 attendees. ‘Web Development with Twitter Bootstrap & Less’ presented by Mark Ford introduced some of the latest techniques to streamline web development.

During the talk, Mark highlighted a number of CSS preprocessors, demonstrated the use of LESS and discussed how it can be used to better manage code.

The presentation went to examine the concept of mobile first, using responsive design and how Twitter Bootstrap can help reduce development time.

Mark used a mixture of slides and live coding to explore his points which made the session extremely interactive. All the slides and demonstration files used during the presentation are available to download at http://voiceofthemysterons.com

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