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Part of my work involves developing websites for clients to communicate their message in a suitable way. This one (maxbingham.com) is based on Joomla! which is a content management system. Of course, setting up a website these days is easy. There are many systems available and each has its own benefits. I have tried out many systems and felt that Joomla was the best for my particular needs. One of my sites (microbes.me), is based on WordPress.

The challenge involved in a successful website is not how it works. It's the content that matters and that takes time to develop and setup. That is where I can add value with well written, accurate and engaging narrative.

Please get in contact if you want to develop a bespoke website for your message. 

Websites

The UK Conference of Science Journalists is now gearing up for its second edition. To help the organisers (the Association of British Science Writers) promote it, I was asked to develop a new site for them. It is now online at ukcsj.org.

Not strictly science, still technical and a bit of a success. NEC-Adjudicators.org picks over the intricacies of a particular type of contract that the UK building industry is using more and more. I was involved in developing their site.

Last year I decided to try a little experiment that I hoped would develop into a shining example of crowd-sourced wisdom and web 2.0'ed glory. I started developing a crowd-sourced science news service. It's called 24 Science News and here's how the experiment turned out.

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