NCTJ qualified journalist and copywriter. Experiences include running editorial at a hyperlocal magazine in east London, co-leading a sustainable development expedition in Nepal, and mucking out horse stables in Hertfordshire.
- 'What newspapers can teach us about web design'
- 'The split personality of brutalist websites'
- 'What does a foldable web actually mean?'
- 'Baking structured data into the design process'
- 'Use readability algorithms as tools, not targets'
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Roman Road LDN
- 'Portrait: how a single mother's world was shattered by hostile immigration policy'
- 'Frank Wang's last stand: support independent coffee in Bethnal Green'
- 'Blood and solidarity at York Hall boxing'
- 'Eddie Brown's mental health story: surviving a lifetime of archaic medical treatments'
- 'A morning at Bow Police Stables'
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- 'A new hope: how X-Men sparked the superhero genre'
- 'The Quietus' top 50 needle drop moments in film' (Contributor)
- 'Ad-centric revenue models will always create a race to the bottom'
- 'Will a non-partisan crowdfunding platform please stand up?'
- 'Facebook is not the answer to lying politicians'
- 'OK boomer is lazy language'
- 'A global pandemic of empty gestures'
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I and two friends run a music webzine called Audioxide as a hobby. We review an album a week and write the occasional article. We've reviewed more than 200 albums since starting in 2015. My average score is comfortably the lowest.
I run a fake news paper called The Whale-Lines. It's a highly unsophisticated static site coded by me and hosted on Netlify. I hope one day to distribute physical copies on Speakers' Corner while being pelted with rotten vegetables.