My name's Peter Gasston* and I'm a freelance front-end developer. I code mainly client-side languages (although I'm familiar with server-side too) and I'm a keen advocate of web standards. If you're interested, there's a fuller biography and samples of work below.
I’m the author of The Book of CSS3: A Developer’s Guide to the Future of Web Design, released in May 2011, and have written for print and online publications including .Net magazine and Smashing Magazine. I used to write about the next version of CSS at CSS3.info. I have spoken at web development meetings and Ignite London (see my Lanyrd page, below). I’m actively looking for more speaking and writing opportunities.
* Note: You may not use my email address to contact me regarding link exchanges; I consider this spam, and will report it as such.
Most of the time I go under the user name of stopsatgreen (clever anagram):
I’ve been a professional developer since 2000. I’m self-taught (here’s my first effort at a viable website) and began as a freelancer during the .com boom, working for a variety of sites which no longer exist.
I took a permanent role at Designer City (RIP) and worked on websites for clients including Tesco, Firetrap and Arsenal.
After the demise of Designer City I stayed with Arsenal.com when it was taken over by Granada Media, then moved to Cisco Systems in 2004.
I wasn’t at Cisco long before I decided that I wanted to return to agency work, so in 2005 I left to join AND. Here I worked on a number of launches, for clients including August Equity, Carrot Communications and Craft Central.
I also built Preloaded and Poke’s current sites.
My last permanent role was at Top10.com, where I helped build the current site and their Spotify app.