About Richard

Richard is a Prince2 Practitioner qualified Senior Digital Project Manager currently working in the heart of London, England. His focus is on delivering the highest quality online and offline digital solutions, integral to the optimal running of both B2B and B2C businesses.

Digital projects he has worked on range from microsites, flash applications and community platforms through to corporate web builds, local businesses websites, HTML email marketing, online advertising banners and online video streaming through cloud based infrastructure.

Find out more about Richard and connect through LinkedIn, follow him on Twitter & see some of his photos through Flickr. Or take a read through his blog - Observation and Design.

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An Overlander for the day on a Honda VFR1200X Crosstourer with Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) »

I got the chance to take Honda’s new VFR1200X Crosstourer out for a couple of days, and decided to head on up to the HUBB UK 2013 event at Donnington Park on the 1st June, to step into the world of Overlanding for a day. I love my Honda CB600F Hornet, but given the chance to take an adventure, why not have something fit for purpose?

Staying Organised as an Agency Project Manager »

A project manager has the job of keeping multiple projects organised so that they run on time, on budget and to an agreed deadline. Harder than keeping one project on track is keeping an understanding of all projects which are in progress or upcoming at any one time. Here are some tools and methods which I use at different levels, in order to manage projects:

Employee Driven Company Culture #producttank »

ProductTank generally delivers top quality meetups about Product Management. The October meetup didn’t fail to deliver on it’s history with three speakers on company culture, behavior and team work. The three speakers included Barry O’Reilly, Dharmesh Raithatha and Will McInnes. Each had their own view on company culture and motivation within and their own personal take on it.

Effective Web Content Management »

During my web experience I have worked with content in a number of different ways. Agency to client, client to client or simply creating content for and by myself (both the best and worst idea!!). There are so many different approaches to content management in it’s simplest form, that I wanted to document some of my thoughts on how to make content management run smoothly.