Joe Gummow

Front End Webmaster

Mid Level
London, United Kingdom
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About me

Im a looking to find a job in the Web sector in London. I've handed in my notice at my current job, so looking to move in the very near future! I have a keen interest in Web design, Web Accessibility, SEO & E-commerce.


  • Creating Websites
  • Web Banners
  • Web Content
  • Web Development
  • SEO
  • Eccomerce
  • Copy Seo
  • Google Analytics
  • UX
  • Accessibility

Companies I’ve worked with

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    Seasalt Cornwall

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      World of Camping

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          Community Energy Plus

          Work history


          Front End Webmaster

          Seasalt Cornwall

          Sep 2016 - May 2019
          • Falmouth, United Kingdom
          • Full Time
          • Responsible for all making all updates to the front of the website. - Creating responsive pages using html, Css & Javascript. - Making sure the site is accessible to WCAG2 -AA. - Enhancing customer journey's across site. Acting on data from Google Analytics, IBM Digital Analytics & Webmasters. - SEO, optimizing product & static pages. - Working closely with trade teams to make sure promotions are visible across the site. - Updating 60+ shop pages across different platforms. (Google my business, Bing, Yell & on our own site) - Optimizing on site search - using redirects & search bar.


          Sales & Marketing Intern

          Community Energy Plus

          Jun 2015 - Jan 2016
          • Truro, United Kingdom
          • Internship
          • Running their Shopify E-commerce site Eco Ark on my own. Tasks i completed were: - Redesigned parts of the website theme using Shopifys liquid code, HTML5, CSS and JavaScript. - Optimized product pages making sure they had high quality images, SEO friendly, accurate and well written content. - Visual Merchandised product categories. - Utilized the existing email subscriber database to send out regular newsletters using Mailchimp. - Created a blog and created content to attract traffic to the website. - Use social media accounts to share site content to attract traffic – Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram. - Paid online advertisement: Using Adwords, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter channels. - Used Analytics, Merchant Center and Webmasters to report on website traffic and then act on the results. - Google shopping to sell products. - Found new and innovative products to sell. - Maintained and created supplier relationships. - Phoned and emailed potential customers about their orders. - Organised pop up shops at Christmas events. - Creating graphics using Adobe Fireworks and Photoshop.


          Web Designer


          Feb 2014 - May 2014
          • Manchester, United Kingdom
          • Freelance
          • Designed and made I created this during my first year of university in Manchester. They wanted a simple looking site that explained all of their services. Created using HTML 5, CSS, Javascript and PHP.


          Web Developer

          World of Camping

          Sep 2007 - Dec 2010
          • Redruth, United Kingdom
          • Full Time
          • This was my first job in the IT industry after I had left sixth form. I took responsibility for product pages making sure they had great looking product images, accurate and well written descriptions that followed SEO best practices. I used the Magento platform to update the site. During my time here I completed an NVQ 2 in IT and FdSC Web Technology. As I was studying I put what I learned into practice so I started to design and redesign parts of the site, it was great to see how web developing worked in a business. I left to go traveling in Australia.



          BSc (hons) Multimedia and Web computing

          Manchester Metropolitan Universirty

          Sep 2013 - Jun 2015
          • Manchester, United Kingdom
          • This course had a very broad range of subjects to study which made it a real challenge to do well in, Modules that I studied were: Dissertation: This was focused on usability, the title of it was “Effectiveness of content targeted advertising compared non-targeted advertising”. In my experiment I got to use the usability lab to test my experiment so that was a really good learning experience! 3D Web Applications: This was this first time I had delved into the 3D programming. In the module I learned the basic principles of 3D web programming, X3D, X3DOM and Three JS. I would like to extend my knowledge of three.js as it seemed the easiest to integrate into websites. E-Learning Multimedia: In this module we examined E-learning methods and compared it to traditional education (schools/lectures). It was pretty interesting learning about how the brain works when you study. Advanced Web Techniques: I found this the most interesting, we had to create a rota using PHP and MYSQL. One assignment was a group project where we had to create a site between a 4 of us, a good way to learn about real life situations. Multimedia Development: Here we learned to utilize HTML5 and create web videos. We learned what the best compression's and codec's are for streaming video. Database Development: I learned to create oracle databases which wasn't too hard because it’s fairly similar to MYSQL which I had done before in my foundation degree. Web and Mobile Development: I made a website made from java servlets and a simple android app. I had never done mobile development before this so it was a good introduction to it.


          FdSc Web Technology

          Truro & Penwith College

          Sep 2008 - Jun 2010
          • Truro, United Kingdom
          • It was here that I learned web design basics and standards. Although web languages have come a long way since then, it gave me a good foundation and understanding of how to design for the web. I learned how to code in HTML, CSS and PHP confidently. I also started to learn Adobe Fireworks, Photoshop and Premiere so i could create videos and graphics.