If you’d like to get in contact with me for any reason, please email:
I aim to get back to all enquries within a few days. If you're curious about the large email addresses, you may want to read my blog post about contact pages.
If you are contacting me about a potential project, please be aware that I charge £500+VAT per day and I do not work on a profit-share or equity basis on any projects.
Due to the number of enquiries I get, I thought it might be useful to list a few guidelines for the most common emails I receive. If your email roughly matches one of the scenarios below, I'd ask you to have a quick look at the linked guidelines as they will answer some frequently asked questions. They also list my current day rates and availability for new projects (if applicable).
Contracts / Projects
I am currently available from August 17th 2015 for a short (less than 3 months) contract or project. I'm only interested in remote working opportunities and my day rate is £500+VAT. I'd appreciate you reading my general contract guidelines before making contact so you can see my payment terms and how I work to ensure we are a good fit.
I get a lot of emails about app ideas due to an article I wrote about pitching app ideas back in 2009. I have had around 800 apps pitched to me in that time and nearly all of them have been ill thought out with an assumption that an idea is actually worth something. The reality is that an idea is worth absolutely nothing. If you have a wealth of experience in a certain market, you have contacts, and you have a good idea, then get in touch and I'll see what I can do. If you are just a person with 'the next greatest app idea' and nothing else, then I'm not interested.
If you have questions, feature requests, or you are experiencing probems with one of my apps, then please email email@example.com - I'll aim to get back to you as soon as possible.
All of my projects are completely unsupported and are offered free of charge. If you have suggestions for updates, then please get in touch but please bear in mind that I have very little free time so the majority of my projects will not be updated.