Startups

This page shows everything I have written, edited or project managed to do with Startups:


Editor of TechSPARK (from April 2014):
 
TechSPARK
The information hub for all things tech in Bristol, Bath and the West of England region.


As editor my mission is to shine a light on tech innovation and celebrate the brilliant people that power the companies and products based in our part of the world. With TechSPARK we aim to connect and inform all of those who work in tech in the region by providing news, profiles and resources like events calendars, jobs boards and a lot more.

Tags:  TechSPARK  Technology  Editing  Consumer  Websites  Business  Innovation  B2B  Startups  Science  





Content & Context Editor for Gabble (since February 2013 to December 2013):
 
Gabble
Gabble is striving to build a universal visual language to power next generation 'text-to-image' apps.


In this role I organise the visual database for the site, apps and games. I have also helped organise a Gabble hack day to make use of the site's API as well as being involved with suggesting and developing applications and games using the Gabble database.

Pikipik, released in October 2013, was our first picture/meaning game. I helped develop the app and wrote and edited the questions for the game. It can be seen here: https://itunes.apple.com/app/pikipik/id718771698


Tags:  Gabble  Social networking  Editing  Consumer  Websites  Apps  Entertainment  Gaming  Project management  Startups  





Helped develop, write the questions for and edit an iPad quiz game designed to use the Gabble image database. (October 2013):
 
Pikipik
Find the link, guess the word and beat the competition in this addictive words and pictures game.



Gabble is striving to build a universal visual language to power next generation 'text-to-image' apps. Pikipik, released in October 2013, was our first picture/meaning game. I helped develop and test the app and write and edit the questions for the game.


Tags:  Gabble  Quiz  Apps  Project management  Consumer  App  Children  Entertainment  Writing  Startups  





PC Plus magazine (Issue 306 - April 2011) feature on successful app creators:
 
Be the next app millionaire
Bedroom coding is back. Jamie Middleton talks to the so-called ‘app millionaires’ and discovers if, how and why they became rich.




This was also converted into online form for Techradar.com.


Tags:  PC Plus  Features  Technology  Writing  Consumer  Magazines  Apps  Apple  Android  Startups  Gaming  





Freelance production editor and writer for Government business-advice website Business Link (from August 2004 to December 2004):
 
Business link
Practical advice for business


Tags:  Business Link  Business  Editing  B2B  Websites  Startups  Finance  Writing