I build websites for small businesses…

My names Paul Joyce. I build beautiful and functional websites for small businesses, start ups and charities.

I’ve built websites for charities and small businesses in the Swindon (Wiltshire) area, as well as a series of projects for design agencies in London and Scotland.

Using several years experience I’ll work closely with you to convert your business problem into a viable and usable web solution that you can afford.

Browse some of my handywork…

One Voice Prayer Website

One Voice Prayer Website

One Voice One Voice is a network of Christian organizations, prayer networks, churches, and individuals who believe that prayer is the most powerful intervention. I was brought on board this project by the digi…
Aids Consortium

Aids Consortium Website

UK Aids Consortium The UK Aids Consortium is a network of over 80 not-for-profit, faith-based and academic agencies. Based in the UK, with strong links to governments, international and multilateral agencies, t…
Water Springs - Business Cards

Water Springs Business Cards

The design brief was to produce a selection of smart yet elegant business cards for a water treatment company. First problem, how do you make water treatment elegant? I finally settled on these four cards to p…
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Read a few of my thoughts…

Shared Hosting > Leverage Browser Caching

We all know that faster websites are better websites. Not necessarily better quality, as the Internet is full of drivel, but Google and Bing love fast websites. If you can serve fast content, they’ve open…

Raspberry Pi Day3: Configuring and connecting securely and remotely with SSH

The other day I managed to mount the Raspberry Pi OS image onto an SD card and the Pi had its first taste of life. Now I’m going to attempt to set-up remote secure connections to the Pi so I can do away w…

Linux: Changing your password from the CLI

We all know that passwords are some of the most important pieces of information we have to remember, but on top of that we’re told we should change them regularly. This is all well and good, but do you kn…

Raspberry Pi Day2: Setting it up

So unlike most of the computer I’ve bought in the past, the Raspberry Pi doesn’t come with its own operating system pre-installed (which actually saves me the time of removing, what is usual, Micros…

Raspberry Pi Day1: Introduction (Model B)

So I finally bit the bullet and purchased a Raspberry Pi. I was hardly quick to jump on the bandwagon as the first model of the Pi came out in Feb last year (2012). I managed to get my hands on the model B vers…

Chrome locking up with .pki/nssdb directory error

After re-installing Ubuntu 12.04 back on my laptop I noticed that Google Chrome was quite unstable. I was using version 28.0.3, but every time I opened it up it asked if I wanted to set it as my default browser…
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