World Energy Council

This was an ambitious project to present the World Energy Council’s global work to improve energy awareness and to provide a visualisation of their statistical data. I was primarily involved with the theme and layout development work which adhered strictly to the designers’ vision. One particular memory of this project was my colleague’s long battle with the Raphael.js library and zero-length animations: he discovered when he moved his mouse rapidly over a chart that parts would end-up in the wrong state; it took him several hours of diagnosis only for him to slap his head when my fresh pair-of-eyes spotted the issue in a few minutes – sometimes it is useful to not be invested in a particular problem to be able to see the wood for the trees; if I were in his shoes I’d have bashed my head just as many times against the brick wall only for someone else to come along and make me see that which I couldn’t previously. This incident helped me understand the importance of having colleagues you can collaborate with when you hit a bump in the road.

Daniel Llewellyn
Full-stack WordPress Developer
As a technology lover, I enjoy most things technical such as Computers (both operating and more advanced uses), Mobile Phones and Games Consoles.
I have extensive retail experience and have acted as Team Leader for front-end departments (checkouts). In my retail roles, though Customer Service in these forward-facing positions is essential, I have also taken on official Customer Service responsibility from time-to-time as required.
My current focus is Web Design and Development utilising PHP, MySQL, HTML and Javasacript. I have a varied knowledge that can be tailored to suit many technologies with PHP being a particular strong point.

Specialties:
WordPress
Web Design
PHP Programming
Javascript Programming
HTML and CSS
Mobile Optimisation
Systems Administration
Basic knowledge of database servers.