Welcome to DanMcGuire.co.uk
Hello, and welcome to the website of me, Dan McGuire.
I’m a web developer, based in West Yorkshire in the UK. I have been developing websites for 16 years (9 of those as a career), and I think I’ve gotten rather good at it. Here, on this website, you will find my inane ramblings on all kinds of things, and an ever growing portfolio of websites I create or work on (if I remember to add them).
I am currently employed, so I am not looking for any contract work and sadly don’t have time to build you a website, however “small” of a job you believe it to be.
If there is something else that you need to get in contact about, then there’s a contact form conveniently found at the bottom of every page.
Medical Marijuana was created while I worked at a previous employer to give information on the medical side of Marijuana. The design was done by the design team, and implemented by yours truly. A Wordpress back-end powers the site, with various plugins to enable advanced funct…
Squid in a Bottle
I created Squid in a Bottle so I had a place to find the fun things I find online and to share them with friends and the world. I was sick of click bail posts and "news" that was split over 100 pages just so the website could rinse as much money from their audience as they could,…
Cosplay Catwalk was created by my partner and myself for a fun little side project while neither of us had a great deal to do in our spare time and wanted a project would get stuck in to and grow over time. We chose the topic of Cosplay, an every-growing industry with great pe…
Pokemon Go Tools
I know a lot of you (including myself) are playing Pokemon Go at the moment, and although I'm pretty far behind a lot of people out there (having a job sure is a bitch) I do know of a few websites and tools out there to help you in your journey to be the very best! So let me s…
New Website, Fresh Start
Well, the time has come to get a new website going on here. For those of you who have been paying attention (I expect none of you as I didn't share it around), I put up a temporary flat HTML 1 page website for a short period of time. This was because I learned the news that I wou…