Andrew Royal

Hi! I'm Andrew, a front-end developer from Newcastle.

I enjoy making responsive websites and staying up-to-date with the latest web technologies. I'm particularly fond of HTML5, CSS3 and Sass, JavaScript and jQuery, SVG and Gulp.

Below is a selection of projects I've worked on. You can get in touch with me by email, or on Twitter.

Brightwave website screenshot


SCORM compliant e-learning courses for organisations.

Responsive courses created using the in-house Waveform engine. Courses made use of interactive activities and scored assessments to present and test users' knowledge of key organisational policies. Clients included Diageo, Taylor Wimpey, and Thames Water.

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Interactive e-learning courses for primary schools, secondary schools and adult learners.

Created using the responsive Foundation framework and SCSS to work on a wide range of devices. Courses included bespoke activities created with JavaScript/jQuery, HTML5 audio and video players, SVG graphics, and animations built using Adobe Edge Animate.

Capita Learning Services website screenshot

Capita Learning Services

Capita learning and development division.

Worked closely with the back-end developer to ensure efficient integration of Umbraco CMS and Foundation framework.

As a result of reorganisation within the devision, the Learning Services website is no longer available. An archived version, with some loss of functionality, can be seen via Internet Archive's Wayback Machine.

Rain or No Rain screenshots

Rain or No Rain

Is it raining where you are? Of course there's a website for that. How else are you meant to know?

Uses the HTML5 Geolocation interface along with and Google Maps Geocoding APIs.

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Consult the Experts

North East management consultancy firm.

Built using WordPress and a customised theme.