I have developed many websites over the years using HTML4, XHTML through to HTML5. The websites and games/interactives shown below are only a small fraction of the work I have helped developed. The web development landscape is ever-changing but in our zeal to keep up with the latest trends we should not loose sight of a simple fact:

To always consider who the client’s target end-users are and what variety and versions of web browsers they are using – not everyone uses the latest-and-greatest browser.

Note: unless otherwise indicated, all work displayed on this page are implementations of graphic designs by Kids Media Pty Ltd.



FOR TEACHERS for students

Website was developed for Kids Media. It aims to provide teachers with fast and intuitive access to freely accessible, Australian Curriculum-appropriate education resources that can be easily adapted to individual student learning requirements. The website theme and the majority of all interactives on this site were programmed by me.

Metal Recycling

Website was developed for Sims Metal Management (SMM). It aims to provide education materials that explore the process of metal recycling through SMM’s operations. The site features an HTML5 interactive (the guided tour) that was integrated within WordPress.

Rhythms of the World

Website was developed for the National Folk Festival. It aimed to provide music education materials by initially focusing on the history and parts of the Violin/Fiddle.
  • Front-end development
  • Adobe Flash interactive(s)

New Tech Farming

Corporate website developed for New Tech Farming. It was developed in 2011 (prior to broad browser support of the HTML5 specification).
  • Front-end development (including Website Design)
  • Back-end development

Games / Interactives


Stuff at home – put it in the right bin

The interactive house is designed to educate students about the items that are allowed to be placed in the various council bins. Originally created in Adobe Flash and now converted to HTML5. A website developed for KESAB was also created in order to bring the interactive to the wider community.

Australian Made True or False Quiz

Interactive developed for Australian Made. Created to accompany a suite of education materials, it aims to test student’s knowledge about Australian made and grown products.

Simple machines crossword

Interactive developed for Engineers Australia. It aimed to test student’s knowledge relating to simple machines and other engineering concepts. Originally created in Adobe Flash and now converted to HTML5.
  • Front-end development
  • Back-end development
  • HTML5 interactive(s)

Healthy Heroes eBook

An eBook developed for the Geelong Football Club. It aims to … .

Vietnam War Iroquois Missions

Game developed for the Australian War Memorial. It aimed to educate about the missions, and highlight some of the dangers, that the Australian Navy and Air Force Iroquois helicopter pilots faced throughout the Vietnam War.
  • Front-end development
  • Back-end development
  • Adobe Flash interactive(s)


Interactive developed for the Pharmacy Guild of Australia. It aimed to give students an insight into some of the pharmacy career paths available.
  • Front-end development
  • Back-end development
  • Adobe Flash interactive(s)

In Search of the 3 Serves

Short animation developed for Dairy Australia. It was distributed on DVD and aimed to encourage users to visit the Discover Dairy website to find out the end of the story.
  • Front-end development
  • Back-end development
  • Adobe Flash interactive(s)