Stuart Robson

Front-End Developer

Available From March 2016


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My Rates

Every project is different, when we've gone over your requirements I'll provide an estimate tailored to the needs of the project. Any prices an estimate and I require a 50% deposit in advance.

If you're looking for on-site training then this will be a bespoke estimate depending on your needs.

About Me

Hi! I'm Stu and I am a freelance front-end developer. I'm a big fan of modern front-end architecture and best practices, creating beautiful websites to be device-agnostic and accessible to as many visitors as possible. As well as working on front-end development projects I also run in-house workshops on Sass.

I've spoken at and ran workshops at conferences in the UK and abroad. I also run the Sass News weekly newsletter and organise a quarterly Sass meetup in London.


“An amiable, engaging and extremely useful run through Sass from top to bottom. Stu concisely covered the basics, followed up with some nifty advanced techniques and wrapped up the day with a Q&A on structuring Sass projects.”

Dan Dineen - UX designer, Digital Marketing & Communications, University of Bath

“Stu has consistently delivered high-quality work. In my experience he's an excellent front-end developer and, more importantly, he's diligent, passionate about his trade and is committed to doing the best possible job for his clients.”

​Dan Jackson, Senior Web Architect - UCL

“Stu did an outstanding job on building the website and provided us with great support thereafter. We would gladly recommend him.”

Mwiya Musokotwame, CEO - Thebe

“Stuart took our flat visuals and produced a perfectly working version of a responsive site, taking care over the details. He then offered a great level of help and support whilst we integrated his files into a CMS.”

Tom Lloyd, Creative Director - Bluegg

“It was a pleasure to work with Stu. He’s clearly a master of his craft and a nice guy with it; a winning combination. I hope our paths cross again soon.”

Darren Bealers - Siftware