Andy Hunter Freelance front & back end developer
Automating/optimizing business processes, Helping people reach their goals easier, Crafting engaging digital experiences, and Solving problems with code since 2012.
British Land Pitch Builder
Bringing property development in to the 21st century
The World around us is moving faster, and people expect relevant and up to date information to be more readily available than ever. Pitching investment opportunities in property development is no different.
Through a bespoke iPad presentation application, connected to an interactive, easy-to-use, drag and drop presentation building CMS system, we helped British Land keep their sales materials sharp and highly adaptable to rapidly changing market sentiments.
IBM Cloud Data Services
Helping tech workers find software solutions
Cloud computing has become a vast and highly competitive industry, with each player in the market offering a wide range of products and solutions for a variety of problems. Identifying a suitable solution through the noise is a frequent frustration for developers and engineers.
We helped IBM deliver a better way of speaking to their potential customers through providing a clear, on-point way of helping developers find targeted solutions for their problems. The result was a kiosk/browser based interactive 3d world where viewers can identify their own path based on their role and common issues and walk them through to a product solution that might help them.
Actually make those plans, book those flights, see the World
Travel has never been easier with the wealth of low cost flight/hotel options and accessibility to information and booking resources online. Less easy, is actually putting a travel plan together an acting on it. Keeping track of what you want to do and fitting everything to a required budget can be challenging. For bigger plans, it can be hard to keep all your notes together and organised to allow you to pull of that once in a lifetime trip.
TravlNavi helps you get there.Link
Learning to read Japanese made quick and easy
Learning Japanese can be a big challenge for English speakers. The nature of the whole language is somewhat opposite to English in its sounds, grammar, and writing system. In total, a Japanese learner will need to memorize over 2000 characters in order to be a relatively fluent reader. For those students actually living in Japan, it can at times seem overwhelming with so much unrecognisable text around them.
Thankfully, there is a way to take some of the pain away. Herogana gives beginner students an easy way to rapidly develop their recognition and fluency in the essential basics and apply their language skills in a native environment.Link
A selection of some of the clients I've had the privilege to work with over the years
I am currently available for work. I'm available to work on-site within 1 hour's commute from Basingstoke, or in Central London. I'm always happy to work remote, plus you'll get a discount on my rates for doing your bit for helping save the planet.
If you have a project you feel that I could help you with, then please email me at hunterwebdev[at]gmail.com.
If you can give a brief 1/2 paragraph description of what you would like me to help you with, along with a rough idea of how much you'd like to spend, and when you'd like it by, that will help me put together the right solution for your budget/needs/timeframe.