"always at the cutting edge of technology, education and arts practice"
- Andrew Pearsall (Birmingham City University)
"continually exceeded my original design brief"
- Tony Coleman (TheLAB)
"expert advice and solutions"
- Shayal Chhibber, PHD student
"easy to communicate with, very creative, extremely reliable...
good value for money"
- Dr. C. Samantha Porter (Loughborough University)
"...deliver on time ...very high standard ...adapt to the brief brilliantly!"
- Simon Reece, Manager (Eastern Garden, Syberghost)
"a talented and consummate creative force, and a pleasure to work with'"
- Shaun Kelly, Musician (The Lights)
"passion & enthusiasm for projects & challenges...
an invaluable contact"
- Charlie Levine, Arts Curator
"always our first point of call for any web design"
- Steven Pitts, Print Shop Owner (TeeT Shirts)
"understands... no matter how bizarre or impossible the task"
- Nat Pitt, Gallery Owner & Teacher (Pitt Studio)
"...an extremely talented, versatile creative ...very proficient..."
- Matt Robinson, Artist (Jin Pow)
"made it possible ...thanks to his computer wizardry."
- Will Parker, Artist (World of Parker)
"stretching the boundries of what most people could conceive"
- Matthew Rowley, Business Associate
"very genuine passion about the work and the final product"
- Ria Butler, Manager (Eastern Garden)
"My website has had many compliments... it communicates clearly what my business is"
- Tony Austin, Shiatsu Therapist
"excellent creative input to improve on the original prototype"
- Matthew Head, PHD Student
"understood exactly what I needed."
- Sandra Graham, Artist
"fun and structured activities for young people... we love working with him!"
- Louise Latter, Events Manager (Birmingham Open Media)
"took up the challenge of working with very young kids with digital technologies and got them hooked. Very impressive. "
- Graham Peet, (Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery)




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Interactive Multimedia & Presentations
Multimedia software and presentation tools can perform very specific tasks, and display and arrange content in it's best light. Multiple types of data can be viewed alongside each other (such as text, image, sound, animation, video and audio) and it can easily be distributed on a range of media including via download or on USB stick. Programs can be interactive, so your project can react to a user's click, or with other software or an operating system.

Presentation tools, multimedia software, Flash development, games, CD/DVD-ROMs, interactive video and audio, navigational and menu systems, MIDI interfaces, virtual tours and more.

Specific technology used
Flash, Javascript, Processing and many others


Virtual Tour
Virtual Leaflets
Beneath the Floorboards of the Forest
I Went to the Woods
Media Browser
Sewn to the Sky
The Royal Race for Nature
Where I Lived and What I Lived For
Real People
Real People Automotive
Your Step
Real People Online
Code and Carpentry

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