Technology, travel + trees; bikes, beer + bees. Director @ Playlab + @ Splash & Ripple. Making stuff: overlapping tech, analytics, optimisation & psychology. bio from Twitter
Christian, geek, techie, programmer, hacker, coder, systems administrator, devops, consultant, sound technician, part of @WeAreAmido bio from Twitter
Eater of Bacon, Builder of Interwebs, Liker of Electro, Hater of Sport, Organiser of WorthingDigital.
Designer at the @guardian · Previously @clearleft, @fontdeck and @ning · Publisher of @bradshawsguide. bio from Twitter
User Experience Designer, partner at @clearleft and curator of @dconstruct and @uxlondon
Designer: User Experience, Interaction & Visual. Platforms: Mobile, Interactive TV & Web. Co-organiser: @UXCampBrighton & @DesignJamBri
Husband. Father. Designer. Occasional contributor to @smashingmag and dribbbler http://dribbble.com/burning_ bio from Twitter
Product Manager @ Realmac Software. Fussy about digital things. Apps, Words, Interactions, Tea, Coffee, Cats. bio from Twitter
Designer in search of better ways of working together. Also into food, running and cycling. bio from Twitter
Engineering at Twitter. Formerly Guardian, Clearleft, Microsoft, Multimap.
I help people design digital things. Often near glowing rectangles. Sometimes near the sea. bio from Twitter
Designer, mainly interactive digital things. Constructively dissatisfied since 1972.
maker of digital things, co-founder of jadehopper ltd. (@jdhppr), rum aficionado
Frontend dev @clearleft by day, developer @activeinbox by night. Rather fond of a nice cup of tea.
An Irish web developer living and working in Brighton, England.
East-London born designer in Brighton. Head of Design at Makemedia. F1, golf, design and UX. Good food and strong coffee. Purveyor of crudely drawn appendages. bio from Twitter
Co-founder of Lanyrd, Director of Organiser Acquisition at Eventbrite. Enthusiastic world explorer and digital creative
Exploring semantic mark-up and data portability ideas. Founnder of Madgex. Brighton geek
I invented sleep patterns. Honest. They're even named after me.