I helped with many projects, including the Primi suite of sites, an intranet development for Tesco UK, various marketing projects for British American Tobacco, backend development and presentation software for Design Indabas 4, 5 and 6, a genealogy relationship navigation tool for Naspers, and a metric tonne of brochureware and marketing mini-sites for local and international clients in between.
I was incredibly lucky to have the opportunity to work with Andries Odendaal, a known design heavyweight in South Africa, who is responsible for the 2010 Fifa World Cup Mascot.
During this time I also aided Wireframe's sister company, Infosight, in the development of touch screen kiosk systems for a Shell pilot, a BP pilot, and finally for a turn-key product tailored to the real estate industry, of which Seeff, Jawitz and Pam Golding are clients.
In this time, I also wrote a series of technical articles for DMXZone.com which are still popular today.
I left Wireframe after a long and interesting time to 'go it alone' and spread my own wings a bit. I still work with Wireframe on occasion to this day.
Relevant contacts: Paul Tooze and Richard Masefield