You need a developer.
If need to understand the specifics about getting your your idea out, get in touch. I'm happy to consult with you to get started.
I've been developing websites since before mySpace, and have a range of experience across a number of sectors.
We're talking device agnostic development with progressive enhancement, so it doesn't matter if your application is used on your phone, tablet, desktop, fridge or on your toaster… your content is device-proof.
Fast, interactive and immersive, you want an application thats on the forefront of technology. If it's feature led development you want, then give me a ring.
Sadly, all to often, accessibility is marginalised during development, and many developers know very little about creating a fully accessible website.
I develop with a solid understanding of the WCAG guidelines and the WAI-ARIA roles. I am able to prevent many of the problems faced by people who require assistive technologies to browse the web before they happen.
The web is for everyone.
Your amazing website looks terrible on a smart phone, and you're mobile customers are dropping off.
With a wealth of knowledge and a range of testing devices and emulators at my disposal I can consult with you on how you can get your website accessible on almost any device.
You have to keep him or her happy. There is no hope of an upgrade and your bleeding edge project only supports IE7. What do you do?
Drop me a line and lets see about how we tackle that one.
A developer offering video content?
I'm part of a large network of creative and corporate filmmakers that can help strike the right tone in delivering something that's new, fresh and engaging for your business.
No problem, I'm able to help you get your business online, at an address you want, hassle free.
I'm able to offer domain registration and hosting, web space to host your website, file transfer, and email. Everything you need to get started in the modern age.
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My name is Stu Grant, and I started Stugoo in 2011 as part of my passion for well crafted and often quirky products.
Originally from the West Coast of Scotland, I left my home to explore the bright lights of the big smoke. I now operate in London developing robust, accessible and ‘mobile friendly’ websites that remain in the spirit of the web.
In my spare time I like to create cheeky and offbeat commodities and am expanding into different media such as advertising and short film, and developing products born from observation.
You’d like to talk? I'm always looking for new and interesting projects. New challenges to work through and I love sharing and collaborating on new and old ideas.
If you need some awesome development or are looking for some consultation on modern web technologies and techniques then get in touch.
If you like the look of our short film and are interested in talking about how we can deliver video content too, you can reach me through one of the channels below.
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