Work = Educator. Knows about web stuff, landscape architecture stuff and photography. Home = Family. Walking the Wainwrights and philately. bio from Twitter
Professional cynic but my heart's not in it. Web developer for the Zooniverse (@the_zooniverse), @webstandards organiser, @AmnestyUK activist. bio from Twitter
Web Developer, jewellery maker @my_kodes, foodie and @webstandards co-organiser http://kodesaccessories.etsy.com bio from Twitter
Web developer. Accessibility advocate. Pragmatic standardista. Geek. bio from Twitter
Freelance product manager, user researcher, information architect. UX, agile, systems thinking, collaboration, live music, literature, hiking, kayaking. bio from Twitter
Contract Front end web developer from S.Wales but mostly work in London. I drive a Japanese Nissan Cube, I love cars, Sphynx cats, web tech and ice hockey. bio from Twitter
Dad, husband, Head of UX @ClearScore & maker of things digital and wooden. Stretched across London (UK), Prague (CZ) and Piestany (SK). bio from Twitter
Agile. UX. Research, stories, IA, sketches, wireframes, prototypes, usability, accessibility, measurement. Agile + UX = fab. Expect the odd comment about shoes. bio from Twitter
London based web developer and author http://www.dotrob.com/cv.html bio from Twitter
Dad, husband, geek. Head of design @hailo Sometimes tweet as @uxyoda. Electric vehicle fan. bio from Twitter
London Web Standards Organiser, Occasional speaker, web perf advocate and Head of Web Engineering @Yell bio from Twitter
Artisan of Code, Developer Ronin, and Friendly Giant
Organiser of Event Handler. Make things on the internet & small screen. I have a passion for semantic pies and accessible cocktails.
I work at @GDSteam. Stuff like @GOVUK, Service Manual, now agile buildings(‽) I also help organise @webstandards. Insert random topic here. firstname.lastname@example.org bio from Twitter
Father. Front-end Web Developer. Nature lover. Comic and Sci-Fi reader.
Tech writer @mozilla, W3C fellow, ex-Opera, loves HTML/CSS/JS/really noisy music. Author of Practical CSS3: http://peachpit.com/practicalcss3. Buy my book! bio from Twitter