Nathan Davies

About Me

I'm an enthusiastic website developer & designer from Somerset, UK.

Hello, I'm Nathan.

Inspired in my early years of secondary school by the "need" for another Habbo Hotel fan site and the endless request for Bebo skins, prepubescent me quickly became infatuated with creating awesome stuff for the web. Fortunately times have moved on, so I could drop the former habits and get into the obsessing of proper web technologies.

In 2010, I took my adventure to Plymouth University where I achieved a BSc (Hons) degree in Web Applications Development. I’ve been actively involved in the industry since, through full-time professional experience and the often ambitious tendency to create my own projects.

When I'm not coding up a treat, I like to use my free time to venture outside as an enthusiastic cyclist. If the weather fails to take my fancy, then I find myself trying to make sense of the universe as a keen astronomer.


As a developer who also designs, I can support your project at any stage it requires.
From researching ideas, to defining the user experience and interface, onto careful development, and finally outlining reliable hosting. I love to bring great ideas to life.


Understanding the audiences needs, and outlining a desired strategy through preliminary research.

User Experience

Crafting websites that not only look and function beautifully, but are intuitive and user friendly as well. No matter the screen size or platform.

Visual Designs

A pixel painting perfectionist, bringing together the research and branding to create visually pleasing and usable designs.


The stage in which the project starts to take shape, with backend and frontend elements becoming logical and interactive.


While not my area of expertise, I've successfully configured and maintained servers that deliver on high-availability.


A helpful hand at any stage, to really get the best out of the solution.

I to cycle

Running out of lightbulb juice

Map depicting route of activity 'Running out of lightbulb juice'

Holding back the yak

Map depicting route of activity 'Holding back the yak'

Limp home mode

Map depicting route of activity 'Limp home mode'

Hailstones to the face

Map depicting route of activity 'Hailstones to the face'

Easing back into it

Map depicting route of activity 'Easing back into it'