Tag Archives: wdcs

A launch of sorts

It’s been over a year since I joined WDCS, and to coincide with the 64th International Whaling Commission, you can now see a small piece of what I’ve been working on. Say hello to dev.wdcs.org. Over the next fortnight, our team will be busy posting news and blog posts from the IWC, offering us a great opportunity to ensure […]

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Rebuilding from the ground up

Last Wednesday (25th April) I gave a talk at the UX Oxford Speaker Series about the work I’ve been doing at the WDCS over the past year, and why to my friends it seemed like I had vanished off the face of the earth. It’s a wide-ranging talk, looking at the problems with the current site, our initial research and […]

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Moving on

After two and half years, this is my last week at Torchbox. An announcement tinged with both sadness and excitement. Sadness because during my time here I’ve had the opportunity to work with an incredibly smart and committed team of people, on very cool projects for organisations as diverse as Greenpeace UK, The Joseph Rowntree […]

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So this is what I’m doing for the next six weeks

That would be whale watching off the coast of Massachusetts, not floating around getting harassed by seagulls.

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