Sam Gregory

Web Developer

  • LevelMid Level
  • LocationLondon, United Kingdom
  • AvailabilityLocked Pro Plan feature
  • ProfessionsWebsite Developer - Product Manager - Website Designer



  • Film
  • TV
  • CSS
  • Html
  • Javascript
  • Wordpress
  • VFX
  • Sass
  • Post-production and Graphic Design
  • Front end Developer
  • Front-end Web Design Developer
  • Visual Effects Compositing
  • Javascript
  • Website Content Management
  • Website Accessibility

Companies I’ve worked with

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  • Framestore


    • Animation & VFX
  • digital detox

    digital detox

    • Design & Creative

Work history


Web Developer

digital detox

Dec 2012
  • My work at Digital Detox involves high end bespoke UX and UI web development using primarily HTML, CSS, and Javascript and on occasions PHP. Digital Detox look to create high quality web products including websites and web applications for clients such as Vodafone, Bupa, Cancer Research. Digital Detox look to adopt the newest technologies from as they come available to help make the workflow as quick and cleanly as possible. 'DD's small team specialise in an Agile workflow where the team remain a tight unit to help one another achieve their goals and deliver great products.


Digital Developer


Dec 2009 - Nov 2012
  • Initially employed as a Flash Designer, My role quickly diversified to a diverse portfolio including web development, graphic work and high-end animation. Over the course of 3 years I touched on a huge variety of cutting-edge mediums ranging from sports stadium 'Jumbo-Trons', to film VFX and titles, TV, music videos, web, smartphones, online apps and graphic work. Highlights include building British Airways’ “Take a Plane Down Your Street” web / Facebook app, which has been said to be “the most successful social media app ever” (Mail On Sunday, 23 June 2012), titles and end rollers for “Tyrannosaur”, and working on visual graphics for Secret Cinema’s “Prometheus” show.



Design for Media/interactive Motion Design

University of Glamorgan

Aug 2007 - Jun 2009