The Web Wise Media team is expanding! We have recently hired 3 new coders that we are really excited for you to meet…
When did you start coding? I started coding when I was 7 because my Dad gave me an old 80’s home computer to play with (ZX Spectrum). I used to make lots of games with it and on various other old PC’s from eBay.
Mildly interesting fact: I have a royalty deal on music I wrote.
Other exciting hobbies: I surf as much as I can and I write and play music in my spare time.
When did you start coding? I actually started coding when I started uni 4 years ago – but before that my first experience in coding was when I created a HTML birthday card for my friend’s birthday when I was 12
Mildly interesting fact: I played Harry in a Mamma Mia musical once and no one threw tomatoes at me!
Favourite website design: I love parallax scrolling websites. My favourite was Sony’s “be moved” website, but unfortunately they took it down. Now, I’d have to say it is Peugot’s Hybrid4 page that is essentially a graphic novel you scroll through
Other exciting hobbies: Other than coding, I’m mainly interested in photography, gaming and video editing. I’m in the publicity sub-committee of Exeter Student Volunteers, in charge of creating promotional videos.
When did you start coding? I first started coding at school in IT lessons, and it has always fascinated me to be able to create something that was useful. I liked maths at school, and computing always seemed to me to be the most interesting and practical application of maths. I like to be able to write code and see the real results appear on the screen: visible outcome of the work is always very satisfying.
Mildly interesting fact: I moved to Thailand on my own when I was 16
If you are new to online marketing, words like "platform" and "CMS" can sound like nonsensical jargon. So let's make things simple...
Are you going to be selling products on your website? Will you be taking payments? Will you need a shopping basket and checkout system? If the answer to these questions is "yes" then you'll probably need our Shopify website design packages.
Do you just need a website to advertise and promote your products & services? Are you looking to build a content-based site rather than an online-retail store? Then you will probably need our WordPress CMS website packages.
Don't worry if you are still confused; just get in touch and we'll talk you through it.