Adam Dorman

Website Manager / Front-end developer / Illustrator

Mid Level
London, United Kingdom
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About me

I work to the highest standards to ensure that the services I deliver yield benefits to my customers, colleagues and the businesses I work with. I am a proactive and adaptable website manager, front-end developer and artworker, with over two decades of experience in creative and online arenas. I work well in isolation or as part of a team, locally or remotely. I implement new and innovative technologies and practices where relevant and useful. I remain mindful of the variety of devices and abilities of users and ensure content is accessible in all situations.

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  • Css3 Html5
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Web Design
  • Digital Design
  • UI Design
  • UX Design
  • Interaction Design
  • CMS Management
  • SEO
  • Accessibility

Companies I’ve worked with

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      British Airways

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        PA Consulting Group

        Work history


        Website Manager

        PA Consulting Group

        Apr 2009
        • London, United Kingdom
        • Full Time
        • Delivered two CMS I was initially engaged by PA to oversee the implementation of the Easysite CMS that PA had purchased. This included defining and building templates, content culling, and transfer, creating and running training for the Marketing department content owners. 8 years later... My most recent major project was to transition the website (3000+ pages) from the previous CMS to Episerver while maintaining the same design and functionality. This involved defining requirements, system and vendor selection, implementation partner liaison, staff management, training development and delivery, auditing content, content transfer, and bespoke development. The project was delivered on time and within budget. I have regularly advised Legal and Marketing departments and provided solutions to comply with global, UK and EU regulations, laws and guidelines. I have continually created new functionality that was absent from the CMS such as bespoke content hubs, social integration, custom Google search, author database, HTML5 video players and mobile-aware features. I developed accessible replacements (HTML/JavaScript) of many Flash assets for mobile and non-Flash capable devices.


        UK Intranet manager


        Sep 2000 - Feb 2009
        • Woking, United Kingdom
        • Full Time
        • Managed the implementation of a new Intranet. The project required; auditing previous intranet, managing the transfer of content from the old system and communicating strategy to the business. This also included the deployment of a content management system (CMS), which enabled staff to update their own content. This bypassed the need to request time in the webmaster’s schedule for changes to the site, reducing costs and implementation speed. Created, deployed and presented training material for the Intranet CMS. This included classroom sessions, teleconferences, documentation, Intranet pages and tutorial movies. I trained all levels of staff, from VPs to graduates. Created websites, documents and Interactive CD-ROMs that have been instrumental in winning business for Capgemini.


        Presentation Designer

        British Airways

        Apr 1997 - Sep 2000
        • Hounslow, United Kingdom
        • Freelance
        • Provided an audio-visual and design service for presentations and business meetings for all UK departments and for conferences worldwide. I designed the on-screen presentations for and programmed the presentation automation for British Airways’ induction program for all staff worldwide. This included on-screen graphics, video, music cues and printed support material. Required to design themes for conferences worldwide. Creating for up to 8 international conferences a year, Including; North America, Eastern and Western Europe, South-East Asia, the Persian Gulf, and as many as four domestic conferences a week. Designed PowerPoint templates used in all BA territories. Worked closely with BA Design Management many times; including the international press launch of the controversial "Utopia" livery (world image tailfin designs that Margaret Thatcher so loathed).