- someday  the offline travel guide
- pushipedia  allows you to subscribe to all sorts of push notifications driven by Wikipedia..
- weekipedia  an offline ready React.js progressive web app clone of the Wikipedia mobile site.
- The Wikipedia mobile site [2012-present] You know Wikipedia right? I made the mobile version.
- Tunbridge Wells Winter Shelter  Built for 2011-12 winter season.
- International Gay Lesbian association  (Has since been rebuilt).
- Tinderella Mash stories competition 12, October 2016.
- How Wikimedia helped mobile web readers save on data Wikimedia blog, Sept 2016
- Why I Didn't Change my Relationship Status to Married. elephant JOURNAL, March 2016.
- The Wikipedia editors behind the curtain Wikimedia blog, May 2014
- The Temple Burning Man, September 2013.
- The Man Burning Man, September 2013.
- The Letter ‘E’ Burning Man, September 2013.
- Go on a Wikipedia scavenger hunt with Wikipedia Nearby Wikimedia blog, May 2013
- Wikipedia Mobile gets a face lift Wikimedia blog, March 2012
- service worker hacks I got a bit obsessed with Service Workers and progressive web apps in 2016 (the best thing since the geolocation api/canvas boom) and besides the projects that came out of it I had fun exploring lazy loading images with a Service Worker (sept 2015).
- canvas hacks Back in 2010 Canvas was pretty cool and new and I had some fun hacking around with it.I had some fun with moving particles and I made a spinning globe using geodata.
- riot map vs deprived areas  A simple mashup using government and crowdsourced data to link deprived areas to riots in London during August 2011. It took less than an hour to build and most of that was writing. tweet even got me a BBC Radio 4 interview.
- TiddlyWiki hacks Up till 2012 I was a core contributor to TiddlyWiki and tiddlyspace. I used it for many things for example mind mapping ideas, family trees and even calculating carbon footprints!
I draw occassionally:
That's all from me.