Contact Me

So, You Want to Send Me an Email?

That’s great! I can’t wait to see what we’ll be discussing. However… I get a lot of email. A lot. In order to help me help you, please try and observe the following suggestions:

  • If you are a retainer client, make use of your priority email address.
  • If you are emailing with unsolicited offers of link exchanges, writing content for my blog, your app development services, etc., I will not return a reply. Sorry.
    • If you chase up after several days, I will mark your email as spam.
  • State your intentions clearly and early. If you’re asking for advice, that’s absolutely fine, but I can assist you faster if we get straight to the point.
  • If appropriate (this usually applies to conferences), begin your email’s subject line with the expectations and time commitments of the message, e.g.: [Action Required – <2 minutes] Speaker’s Dinner, or [No Action Required] Directions to Venue.
    • Seeing a subject like the former lets me know that you need a reply, and that I can probably do it from my phone while I stand in line for a coffee. The latter lets me know that the email is purely informational and that I don’t need to carve out any time for it.
  • If you’re inviting me to speak at your event, this list will probably be useful.

None of the above are strict requirements, but they will generally help me to triage and manage email and prioritise your response appropriately. They aren’t points designed to limit access to me, but rather to streamline it.

All set? Here we go:

If I do seem to be taking a while to respond, I would not be at all offended if you tweeted at me, or sent me a follow-up email, to remind me to reply.

Postal Address

My office is based in the centre of Leeds, at Duke Studios:

CSS Wizardry Ltd.
℅ Duke Studios
3 Sheaf Street
LS10 1HD

Hi there, I’m Harry. I am an award-winning Consultant Front-end Architect, designer, developer, writer and speaker from the UK. I write, tweet, speak and share code about authoring and scaling CSS for big websites. You can hire me.

I am currently accepting new projects for Q1–2 2020


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I am available for hire to consult, advise, and develop with passionate product teams across the globe.

I specialise in large, product-based projects where performance, scalability, and maintainability are paramount.