1. Published a new blog post

      Monday 25th November 2019

      The web's agricultural revolution

      The development and centralisation of the web through the lens of the agricultural revolution.

    1. Published a new blog post

      Tuesday 23rd August 2011

      Pictures & Words

      A year-delayed daily upload of photos from a trip to Japan, by friend and ex-colleague Jordan Harper.

    2. Published a new blog post

      Friday 10th June 2011

      The Kids Are All Right by Paul Trevor

      A long-lost photography project documenting the children of Liverpools poorest areas.

    1. Published a new blog post

      Thursday 21st October 2010

      The value of a dollar

      A photography project documenting how much food a dollar will really buy you

    2. Published a new blog post

      Thursday 21st October 2010

      Read different: Apple Ads in Japan

      How advertising can exemplify the cultural differences between Japan and the West

    3. Published a new blog post

      Monday 18th October 2010

      The Whale Hunt

      An experiment by Jonathan Harris to display chronological images in a way that tells a better story

    4. Published a new blog post

      Thursday 14th October 2010

      Unlogo

      An experiment in machine vision that identifies and removes brands and logos from video footage

    1. The seventh version of Flickrshow

      Friday 14th August 2009

      The seventh version of my popular javascript slideshow library, now fully native and a fraction of the size.

    2. Moved from London, UK to Tokyo, Japan

      Friday 14th August 2009

      My first time living outside of the UK, as I leave London to take on a more design-oriented role in Tokyo.

    3. Intial release of Flickrshow

      Friday 14th August 2009

      Introducing my new javascript-based slideshow gallery for Flickr that can embedded in any website.

    4. Published a new blog post

      Wednesday 29th April 2009

      Exploding the myths of web design: Only use web fonts

      Why it is easier than you think to enhance your designs by using the fonts installed on your users computer.

    1. Published a new blog post

      Monday 4th June 2007

      Branding London 2012

      On the recently unveiled branding system for London 2012, and the ill-informed backlash against it

    1. Published a new blog post

      Monday 14th August 2006

      Better event management with Prototype

      Examining how the Prototype library handles events and event listeners, and how I use it in my code

    2. Published a new blog post

      Sunday 30th April 2006

      Skip past content, not to it

      Why ordering and structuring your markup correctly improves the accessibility of your content.

    3. Published a new blog post

      Friday 10th February 2006

      The dangers of customisation

      Avoiding the temptation to re-style common form components because of how it affects usability.

    1. Released version eight of this website

      Saturday 10th December 2005

      Inspired by Mark Boulton’s five simple steps series, the first time I started to think seriously about typography.

    2. Beta release of Beseku Gallery

      Thursday 17th November 2005

      An AJAX-powered javascript library for displaying your Flickr photos on your own website.

    3. Published a new blog post

      Wednesday 26th January 2005

      Have you seen this site in Internet Explorer 5?

      Why this site might not look as expected in Internet Explorer 5 and other older browsers

    1. Released version seven of this website

      Tuesday 30th November 2004

      My first theme for Wordpress, and the version of the website that got me my first agency role, at Cimex.

    2. Released version six of this website

      Wednesday 14th April 2004

      The first version of this site built using HTML and CSS, and the first to be featured on a gallery site.

    1. Released the first version of this website

      Tuesday 27th November 2001

      I bought this domain and uploaded the very first version of this website. It was built in Flash and strongly influenced by 2Advanced Studios.