So, who are you, what do you do & would you like a free T shirt?!

One of the nicest things about Hull Digital is the variety of people who have joined the MeetUp group, come along to MeetUps, and generally join in the community.

One of the not so nice things, is that we rarely get to meet everyone, learn what they do, and get to see their blogs or websites.

So, we thought it would be a bit of fun, to see if we can get a really good number of comments on this post, highlighting, who you are, what you do, and links to your blog / website! 🙂

Please do retweet this and spread the word!!

** We also have a little prize which is the HDLive / howies t-shirt! **

Everyone who posts a comment will be entered into the draw and a name selected randomly. So what are you waiting for, get commenting! (We’ll let this run until January 8th).

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18 Responses to “So, who are you, what do you do & would you like a free T shirt?!”

  1. Mike Archibald
    December 29, 2009 at 12:02 pm #

    939 design Limited provides web design, website development to web standards, inspirational graphic design, and multimedia for clients from Yorkshire to the Seychelles.

    939 Design Blog…

    Personal Page…

    We also run a CSS Design Gallery and a web design resource website…

    CSS Design Yorkshire

    Web Design List

  2. Matt Saunders
    December 29, 2009 at 12:09 pm #

    I am a Leeds-based freelancer trading under Northern Web (

    I studied web design at the Hull School of Art and Design and have since offered my services in design and development, SEO and online marketing.

  3. Eon Media
    December 29, 2009 at 12:16 pm #

    We are a media production company based in Hull and are interested in all things digital. Check out our website at

    Happy New Year to one and all!!!

  4. Malcolm Davidson
    December 29, 2009 at 12:24 pm #

    Hi, I’m a Financial Adviser who has just about survived the credit crunch (!) based in Hull looking at new ways of lead generation.

    Next stage for me is video content and uploading money saving hints and tips on social networking websites to try and establish myself as a local “voice of authority” in my sector. I want to be the one people turn to when they need a new mortgage or financial review.

    Good luck in 2010 everyone!

  5. Andy Corbett
    December 29, 2009 at 12:47 pm #

    I have my fingers in many techy areas trading under Media Bocks Ltd but like the idea of the flexible, low cost and local option Hull VoIP offers ( trade marked ;o) ). This has recently suited companies who want a seperate number (mainly a cheaper option to KC) to monitor advertising succesess. The whole idea the phone can be at home, in the office or even the other side of the globe (the number goes with the phone) is a huge plus to many clients. Clients include businesses just wanting one 0800 number forwarding to a current landline to a system for 40-50 phones across 3 office floors.
    Another area we cover is generic domains (domain does what you say on the tin) and the development of them ready for any company starting out or wanting to pushing their service or product. e.g. Because the hardest thing when starting out in business is getting a foot on page 1 of Google!

  6. Andrew Marsters
    December 31, 2009 at 2:15 am #

    Hello! I am very new to everything, and am launching a podcast about the local Hull band/nightlife scene of the 4th January!

  7. John
    December 31, 2009 at 6:49 pm #

    I’m a Hull University student, a linux and mac geek and a budding programmer :]

  8. Ray Duffill
    January 1, 2010 at 10:26 am #

    Happy New Year to Hull Digital from the Hedon Blogger! #hyperlocal

  9. Will Hawkins
    January 2, 2010 at 12:15 pm #

    I help businesses to find more clients. I also write about business in the digital age, hang out at a few conferences and read a heck of a lot of books about World War 2!

    This is MMT Digital, where I work:

    This is my blog:

    XL, please! 🙂

  10. Andy Hayes
    January 5, 2010 at 9:55 am #


    Hello to everyone and best wishes for 2010.

    In the middle of the “recession” I decided (voluntarily) to leave a job in corporate IT management and create a new kind of IT services company – indicoll. If anyone is wondering where the name comes from… individual collaborations (I’m sure you can do the rest)

    Specialising in IT management, indicoll work with businesses (of any size) to generate business growth, revenue, cost savings and new customers using ‘all things IT’.

    indicoll is the IT manager you wish you had.

    site designed and developed by me after picking up a great book from Sitepoint by Ian Lloyd back in June 2009. I had never seen HTML / CSS prior to this, so please be kind!

    About me

  11. Dom Smith
    January 5, 2010 at 12:19 pm #

    SPHERE magazine – An online magazine based in Hull and working all-over Yorkshire covering alternative music and culture throughout the North of England.

    Heading into print next year.

  12. Adam Tudor
    January 7, 2010 at 2:59 pm #

    I’m currently working for a digital agency based in Beverley – providing all aspects of online marketing (forecasts, campaigns, support & consultancy) – covering everything from natural search & ppc, to delivering email marketing campaigns, running website focus groups, eyetracking sessions, web analytics studies and monitoring – have covered a wide range in the 6 years I’ve been working in this area.

    I’m planning to move shortly, more information about that coming on my blog soon!

    In my spare time I’m a dj/vinyl hobbyist 🙂

    Oh, and you can catch me on Twitter here –

  13. Charlie North
    January 7, 2010 at 3:24 pm #

    I’m an audiovisual artist, producer and performer working primarily in video and music production. I’ve made short films and remixed tracks for clients such as BT, Tin Soldiers, The Worldwide Groove Corporation, the BBC, Sony and local government.

  14. Duncan Pollard
    January 7, 2010 at 3:30 pm #

    Hi all, and a Happy Prosperous New Year.

    I run EYMedia Ltd ( and work in affiliate marketing, specialising in a few areas including travel. One such travel site is which as you can see could do with a redesign!

    If anybody fancies a chat about affiliate marketing or just in general, give me a shout!


  15. John Polling
    January 9, 2010 at 5:00 am #

    Hi all and a Happy New Year,

    I am a developer who has commercial experience in using .Net, Ruby, PHP and even Coldfusion! I also have a good amount of experience with front end web development (HTML, CSS and JS)

    I have worked in the web development industry for approximately 10 years now and still have a massive amount of passion for it. I really enjoy how things are constantly moving on and improving.

    As a developer I am constantly looking to take my skills forwards and a few years ago I came across the Alt.Net community – – from whom I have learnt a massive amount about really improving myself as a developer.

    I do blog (very occasionally) –, but my main form of online communication is now twitter –

    I am currently working with Jon and the rest of the HD team to organise a developer specific Hull Digital meetup group.
    We had our first meetup in December and it proved to be fairly successful. –

  16. BlackWasp
    January 17, 2010 at 12:44 am #

    I’m a software developer working in the area developing solutions using C#, .NET, SQL and Dynamics CRM. In my spare time I write articles for my web site.

  17. admin
    January 25, 2010 at 2:54 pm #

    Hello all and a great response!

    Having just pulled out a name from my improvised hat, I’m delighted to say that Adam Tudor has won the T-Shirt!

    I’ll tweet the news shortly, but do get in touch Adam and I can get it sent to you 🙂

    Best wishes,


  18. Adam Tudor
    January 26, 2010 at 10:13 am #

    Wow Thanks very much! Unfortunately I’ve just moved out of Hull and over to Leeds (literally in the last few days) so will find it hard to get to future meet-ups in Hull but will try and get over for them.

    I will be wearing said T-shirt round Leeds as much as possible 🙂


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