If you go down to the app store today you’re sure of a big surprise – a ‘green’ power-up for the Earth’s most popular online games. Apple and WWF, along with a whole host of big names in the app development world, have been having a bit of a digital picnic. Together we’ve taken the […]Read more
Having grown up in the countryside and spending some of that time on a farm, I have a real appreciation for nature and how we interact with it. Working for five years in the Digital Media team at Guide Dogs gave me the opportunity to not only understand how blind or partially sighted people interact with the world online, but how their able to work as a team with their own guide dog and benefit from them in being more independent.
As the blog administrator at WWF-UK , I am here to build on my expertise in digital to reach a wider audience in understanding how we, as humans, should be interacting with nature.
My latest posts
Accessibility. Close your eyes and try typing it on your keyboard. Difficult isn’t it. Do you know how to spell it? How many C’s? How many S’s? Are we all seeing double here? Consider this. 2 million people in the UK may not even see it at all. Why? Because this is the number of […]Read more
As well as my interesting job working in the web team at WWF, in my holiday time I have been able to dive in some pretty special places. Scuba diving lets you see a very different and beautiful part of our planet, the underwater world. Almost everything looks, sounds and feels different when you’re under […]Read more