Jeremy acts as the Research and Development wing of Clearleft: investigating new technologies, trying out new techniques, and keeping abreast of the ever-changing world of web development. He also curated our annual conference Responsive Day Out.
Away from the office
Jeremy plays bouzouki in the band Salter Cane, and also runs thesession.org, an Irish traditional music community. He also organised the world’s first Science Hack Day in London in 2010 and BrightonSF, an evening of chat and readings with leading sci-fi authors during the Brighton Digital Festival in 2012.
The way we work 12th Jun 2016
We had a guest in the Clearleft studio last week. Jen Simmons was hanging out in Brighton, and she finished up the week with an exclusive workshop, just for the front-end developers here. She wanted to try out her material on CSS Grid Layout, and we were only too happy to be willing guinea pigs. It was mind-bendingly good.