Robert Sandiford

PHP Developer

07864 820151 / 07487409249

mail@robertsandiford.co.uk

Portfolio



Web Projects

About Robert Sandiford

Practice Design Project

about-robert-sandiford

Technologies: Twitter Bootstrap, Blade (HTML/CSS)

A learning project to work on my design.

Blockchange

Experimental bitcoin/cryptocurrency exchange

blockchange

Technologies: HTML 5 canvas / jQuery / AJAX / PHP / MySQL

Incomplete project, features a working exchange, but not connected to any actual crypto network.

testing log in details: test@test.com / abcdefgh

SavoirFaireStudios.co.uk

Wordpress website

SavoirFaireStudios.co.uk

Technologies: Wordpress (HTML/CSS/PHP)

SavoirfaireStudios.co.uk is a wordpress based photography and studio hire website.

Coding: Robert Sandiford

Design: Savoir faire & Robert Sandiford

whatZwhere

Edits on a "yellow pages" style PHP site.

whatZwhere

Technologies: PHP / MVC / MySQL / HTML / CSS / Responsive / jQuery

whatZwhere uses a prebuilt PHP script based on a proprietary MVC model. I worked on making changes and additions to this.

E.g. the pagination, and scrolling effects on the linked page are my work.

Other things I've done

Google Maps. Paypal Payment integration. XML feeds

Technologies: Reading XML feeds, Communicating with APIs, Integrations with google services (Maps, Captchas)

This site

Anything here is built by me, mostly using laravel and or twitter bootstrap.

Web Clients

Not Another Bill

notanotherbill

Technologies: Wordpress / WooCommerce / MySQL

I worked mainly on data integrity issues that were lingering from the past transfer of data between systems.

SP Design

-now closed-

SimpliSites were a set of websites made on a single modifyable wordpress template.

I built a template with an overrides file allowing individual sites to be customised, and a system that automatically updated each site when we updated the template, incorporating changes.

Games

ARPL - 'ArmA Life' Mod

Technologies: ArmA modding languages - SQF (scripting) and C-like code (static definitions)

ARPL wanted some help to complete their hobby-driven modification/game mode for the ArmA engine.