Dan Menzies

Systems Analyst & Senior Software Engineer

Outside of work, Dan is an avid traveller. Over from Australia for a few years, Dan has already worked his way around some of England’s major regions and intends to continue his journey as the New Year approaches…
With over 120 projects under his belt – ranging from simple WordPress implementations to complete, end-to-end software – Dan’s fresh approach, in-depth knowledge of his trade, and ability to ‘see a path’ has consistently allowed new projects to be delivered rapidly.

Preferring to work in the ‘online world’, with Open Source frameworks such as WordPress and Laravel, Dan’s robust working knowledge of PHP, MySQL, JavaScript, HTML and CSS (along with supporting standards like JSON and XML) allow him to deliver consistent, well-rounded results that are cross-browser compatible, easy-to-use and well adopted by end-users.

Latest articles...

Why YOUR Business NEEDS Social Media Marketing

Did you know that HubSpot reported that 90% of all marketers say that social media marketing has increased their business…

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8 Web Development Trends for 2019

It has never been more important to have a website and luckily more and more business owners are coming to…

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5 Steps to a Cracking Digital Marketing Strategy

Shockingly, 46% of brands don’t have a defined digital marketing strategy. 16% do have a strategy but haven’t yet integrated…

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