A freelance web developer with over 20 years experience creating applications for businesses.
Bring your ideas to life with software that solves problems
Whether you’re planning something new or already working on a project, I’ll help you develop an application that you can be proud of.
Bespoke Web Applications
for businesses, from start to finish or a helping hand with an ongoing project
App Updates and Modernisation
for existing applications where new features or fixes are needed
Supervision and Guidance
every step of the way. Take advantage of my extensive experience
I’ve specialised in Angular since 2015 and worked on projects for enterprise-level businesses like Google, Calor Gas, Cambridge Assessment and the UK Houses of Parliament. My projects include:
- An NgRx-based authoring tool for Cambridge Assessment
- A data drive map-based system for BT using VueJS
- A new communication channel for Netwealth Investments
- Making sales go more smoothly for Calor Gas
- Introducing Angular to the UK Houses of Parliament
- Built video platform for a training company
Who is Stephen Adams?
I’m a full-time freelance web developer and author of the book Getting Started with Angular. I’ve been a web developer for 20 years and I’ve worked independently since 2012.
I’m here to solve the business problem and develop an app that meets the needs of the end-user. A clear plan, well-written code and an application that works. It’s that simple.
“Stephen is able to take on complex tasks and develop them whilst never losing sight of the bigger picture. He is always striving to stay up-to-date in terms of technology and best practices.”
“Stephen stepped in and quickly became one of the most senior resources within our team, taking the more complicated issues in his stride. I’d highly recommend Stephen if you are on the lookout for a really well-rounded resource who will deliver quickly and be a real delight to work with.”
Mark Carpenter, MakePositive
My book – Getting Started with Angular
In 2019, I published my first book, Getting Started with Angular.
Through the book, I want to help developers understand Angular and learn how to make the most of it. It’s a practical, 11-part guide to building a real-world application.