I've developed over 40 Drupal websites over the years. Here are just a few of my favourites.

High Performance / High Availability

For many charity and non-profit Drupal websites, building high-performance, high-availability platforms is a major requirement.

This type of site needs to be fast on any device, and should guide donors through the donation journey as quickly as possible.

I worked with Comic Relief over several years, helping them to deliver their Red Nose Day and Sport Relief campaigns through back-end Drupal module development, Drupal front-end theme development, and Drupal training.

I was also heaviliy involved in the technical team recruitment programme that later helped Comic Relief to establish their own in-house Drupal develoment team.

Sport Relief

Drupal 7 development for the Sport Relief 2016 campaign.

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Red Nose Day

Senior Developer for the Red Nose Day 2015 Drupal campaign project build.

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Comic Relief

Drupal 7 development for Comic Relief's organisational site.

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Having a fast website is certainly something everybody would like.

But for sites that rely on sponsored advertising, good search engine optimisation is often equally important.


Look Magazine is a glamorous, glossy high-street fashion weekly and is the UK's biggest selling fashion magazine.

In 2010, IPC Media (now Time Warner) invited me to build a brand-new, SEO-optimised Drupal website to power Look Magazine online.

Look Magazine

Lead Developer on Time Warner's Look Magazine Drupal project build.

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Traffic to the Look website increased immediately on launch of the new site, and continued to do so. Withing a few months, site traffic had more than doubled and pages per visit had increased from around two to around eight.

Getting to the top in Google is all well and good. But once your customers find you, how can you be sure they find the content they need within your site?

User Experience

For very large websites — sites with hundreds of thousands of articles, images and videos — helping a user find the content they need within your site can be an important factor to consider during the build.


Senior Developer on Tate Britain's Drupal website rebuild project.

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The Tate houses the UK's national collection of British art, and international modern and contemporary art. It is a network of four art museums: Tate Britain and Tate Modern in London, Tate Liverpool, and Tate St. Ives in Cornwall.

In 2011, I worked with Tate on the migration of a 10-year old legacy site and CMS to the Drupal 7 platform. Enable users to better find the content they need, I built and delivered the complex facetted search solution for Tate's Context & Comments, alongside various other key module and theme developments.


Get a group of site owners, webmasters, and project managers in room, and they'll find plenty to disagree on. For some people, performance is everything. For others it's SEO. Some people value the look-and-feel of their site over everything else.

But there's one thing most people will agree on.


Knowing your website is working well on the hundreds of different devices and browsers out there can be a great comfort. You know your users are getting your message, whatever device they're using; and you know Google isn't going to start dropping you from it's mobile search result pages.

Mobile-friendly. Responsive. Adapative. Whatever you prefer to call it — it takes a little time but it's worth it.

British Medical Journal

A collection of responsive Drupal sites for the British Medical Journal.

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The British Medical Journal is a weekly peer-reviewed medical journal and is one of the world's oldest general medical journals.

In 2012, BMJ invited me to bring my mobile expertise onboard to help them creating their first mobile-friendly, responsive websites.

Through the course of that year, I migrated numerous legacy BMJ websites to new, mobile-friendly, responsive sites built on Drupal, enabling BMJ to open up their subscription platforms to the mobile market.

Giving Back

Drupal powers these websites — along with over 4 million other websites around the web. It's free-to-use, very secure, and has a developer community of over 1,000,000 people.

The 1,000,000+ people of the Drupal community work tirelessly day-and-night, helping make Drupal better.

So it's nice to give something back.

Drush Commands

A popular Drupal documentation reference site, used by thousands of Drupal developers around the world.

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Drush is a software tool used by mid-level and senior Drupal developers to manage the Drupal sites they work on. Drush makes developing and supporting Drupal websites much faster and much easier.

Drush Commands is a website I developed to help Drupal developers around the world learn how to use Drush. The site contains documentation for hundreds of Drush commands, along with detailed usage examples.

Drush Commands has been very well received in the Drupal community. It's even used in the documentation pages on the excellent Acquia and Pantheon platforms.

Let's Chat

"Working with Peter was an absolute pleasure — thanks to his flexibility, excellent communication skills and honesty."

Luca Russo

"Peter is proactive with technical solutions and produces high quality, sustainable work."

Ceava Potter

"Peter helped us launch the site and took ownership as a developer till the end; which sets him apart from other freelancers we’d ever worked with."

Ken Wong

"Pete's vast experience and knowledge, along with being a great communicator, made him a great mentor for the development team."

Matt Wagg

"We moved away from our old agency for various reasons, but we're glad we did. Pete takes care of all the technical stuff, leaving us to focus on fundraising."

Mark Lankester

"Peter has been a pleasure to work with. The development phase itself and the aftercare have been fantastic."

Stephen Daniels

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