Reed has been working exclusively as a website designer since April 1997. Its need for a mixture of creativity and technical expertise is well suited to his way of working.
He has given talks on website usability and accessibility at the London Macromedia User Group and was on the Macromedia development team for HomeSite 6 before the project was dropped when Macromedia was taken over by Adobe. He also helped with the development of the HTML and CSS editor TopStyle 5, writing the CSS3 style definition.
The links below will open new browser tabs/windows for sites that Reed has designed or produced.
Counselling & Psychotherapy in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire with Toby Ingham.
Ealing Civic Society are working to preserve and improve their borough.
Ealing Matters is a borough-wide alliance of more than 60 residents’ associations and community groups whose aims are to raise awareness of how Ealing is changing and to help local people shape these changes and enhance their quality of life.
Joy Flanagan Design offers a collaborative, creative and engaging design service, culminating in bespoke interiors for residential and commercial projects.
Paul Jackson is a well known and highly successful studio potter based near Bodmin in Cornwall.
The lives and work of the Pinwill sisters is the subject of a book by Dr Helen Wilson, in which their full story is told. The website is also a full catalogue of their work.
Caroline Reed is a glass artist specialising in various types of kiln formed glass, especially pâte de verre, fusing and kiln carving.
Socialist International Women is the women’s organisation of the socialist, social democratic and labour parties affiliated to the Socialist International.
London’s only annual kite festival that takes place on Streatham Common every year, usually in early June.