As a freelancer, it’s difficult to publish work and code snippets but this site’s code is completely available on GitHub for your perusal, appreciation and/or judgement.
Working with well established agencies like e3 in Bristol, Area17 in Brooklyn, Code Computerlove, LOVE and Building Blocks in Manchester has given Phil the opportunity to hone his skills on top brands like Playstation, EA Games, Warburtons, Boots, Bristol Airport, The Rolling Stones and Manchester United.
Phil has great communication skills. We worked together on a redesign project across different timezones, which ran smoothly. Phil brings strong dev skills and a fun personality to the table.Angela Bliumis, Project Manager, Area 17
Phil was an excellent front end developer to work with. He’s the hard-to-find type of person who pays close attention to every detail.Philip DiBello, Freelance Designer, (formerly of Area 17)
Phil fitted in really well to our responsive UX and design workflow, creating some really quick and useful pattern libraries for us to iterate on through the development of the project.Graeme Rutherford, Creative UX Strategist, LOVE Creative (now freelance)
We were recommended Phil by our designer and never looked back, he brought the website to life exactly how we wanted and made the user experience fantastic on both desktop and mobile devices. He delivered on time and to a high standard.Danny Nugent, Managing Director, NUCO Travel
I recommend @imgiseverything. Has been a great WP dev partner for a project at @AmpersandHQ. Hire him! (But not when I need him.) Thanks. :)Rachel Tonner, Brand Manager, Ampersand
The short answer is because Phil
likes loves it; the longer answer is that it makes the website stand-out. It allows for a very simplistic, some may say, minimalist design that maintains some character.
Some people like the yellow and some don’t.
Got a project you think Phil can help with? Email him: email@example.com