Make sense of technology


Technology with the human touch.

Business | Education

Web | IT for learning & communication

Design  |  Support

What?

I design and develop websites.

I make websites that people enjoy using - designed to work on all sorts of devices: your phone, your TV, your fridge, your spectacles... even your laptop...

Busness | Education | Design

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I train and support people.

Do better with the systems, software and people you already have...

Get better value from your investment in new systems, software and people.

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Who?

Who I work for.

I work mainly for small owner-managed businesses and educators - all sorts of projects for lots of different clients...

Business | Education

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Who I am.

Roy Bazeley - a designer and developer, self-employed in IT since 1999.

I'm also an educator with classroom, management and training experience 1981 - 2007, providing schools with services and support since 1999.

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How?

How I work.

A rare mix of technical, analytical and interpersonal skills combined with breadth and depth of professional experience results in ways of working that many find refreshing and helpful. Technology makes more sense with the human touch.

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How to make everything turn out roses.

I find it's generally better to work 'with' people, rather than 'for' them, and that you can play a number of vital roles in the successful outcome of your project.

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Good?

Thank you for being so committed to our cause!

Roy it looks really good on there, website is working well, easy to access now and getting some good comments. Thank you very much!

Experience | Credibility

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How Much?

Simple, clear prices. Ways of working designed to keep you in control of your costs.

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Thirsty work?

42,492
cups of tea

since May 1999

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How's it going?

Protecting your data. Respecting your privacy.

I'm busy working to comply with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

I've always taken the careful and respectful handling of personal information very seriously indeed. I'm updating my information management practice and privacy policy to comply with the GDPR. I'll also be writing to customers to seek explicit consents where appropriate.

Although I'm not a lawyer; I am providing some customers with practical support for their own journey through the compliance process.

Maybe I can help you?

GDPR was explained in a recent edition of BBC Radio 4's "Money Box".

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This article by Paul Rowley FBCS CITP explains why protecting your customers' data is good for business.

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