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Adrian has amassed over 13 years of web development experience, including work for some high profile clients. Within a few months of joining theEword, he was tasked with overseeing all our technical projects as senior developer.

As head of development at theEword, Adrian oversees the development department, which is responsible for building and maintaining bespoke client websites. He first introduced the company to WordPress, a site build tool now used across several clients. However, in some cases it is necessary to write bespoke code for a unique or complex feature, depending on the project.

Adrian is also instrumental in the research of new SEO strategies and tools, and keeps the on-page SEO of our clients up to date. Currently, he is involved in researching and implementing cutting-edge mobile site builds, which are completed to the same high standard and SEO specification as online projects.

Before joining theEword, Adrian was a developer for one of Europe’s biggest internet marketing companies. He also gained valuable experience working as a freelance web developer, completing contract work for the National Health Service and a variety of bespoke projects.

Adrian manages several websites in his spare time, including his own development blog and one of the UK’s most active comic and film news websites. He also enjoys reading about the latest technology, an interest born from his degree in computer science at Salford University.

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