Freelance front-end developer and UI/UX designer
I build custom JAMstack websites & pattern libraries that help businesses grow
It’s important to identify the right problems that need solving, because the biggest risk is building the wrong thing. Discoveries make sure we start projects with a shared vision and a clear, prioritzed plan to meet your business goals.
Design should always be approached with thought. Although what it looks like is important, it’s equally as important to focus on how it works and joining the dots between your business goals and your users needs.
Development that focuses on a great UX including performance, animation and acessibility. I focus on developing JAMstack websites which boast improved performance, higher security and a lower cost to scale.
Rob really understood the value of a great user experience and looked at how page transitions could enhance this. Optimisation was also a key part of the build. By compressing content, minimising the amount of plug-ins used and cross device testing he was able to deliver a modern, unique and responsive website.
Speed past the competition
Why wait for pages to build on the fly when you can generate them ahead of time? Static sites are up to 10 times faster, boasting a better UX and improved search engine rankings.
Save money on security
73.2% of the most popular WordPress websites are vulnerable to hacker attacks. JAMstack websites are pre-built and leverage third-party services which means surface areas for attacks are reduced.
Scale to the entire internet
JAMstack websites scale with your business and user base, many third-party services offer very generous free plans, meaning you only have to pay when your business and audience grows.
Who am I?
I’m Rob Simpson, a freelance UI/UX designer and front-end developer from Oxfordshire, UK, currently pushing projects at Syndicut as a Creative Developer. With over 7 years of experience in the industry, I’ve built a multitude of projects from large scale ecommerce websites to creative campaign websites.