simon pykett

teacher, techie, daddy, nerd

often all at the same time


For several years I have been honing my skills as a developer in a variety of different online skills; coding in HTML, CSS & Javascript and fundamental practices in Search Engine Optimisation (SEO). I am also fluent in File Transfer Protocols and am able to offer support in hosting and domains, courtesy of my good friend, Neil Tancock at

I am available on a freelance basis to code your website requirements. I specialise in Online Quizzes and tests. Everything I do is designed with fluid viewports for responsive viewing and looks good on any width device.

Having a background passion for technology, I spent a great deal of time on the emerging technologies of the internet and qualified as a web designer.

Royal Navy

Through my role as Computer Science teacher at UTC Plymouth, I was approached by Lt Cdr George Blakeman and was asked to provide an online tool to replace the existing Naval Service Recruitment Test (NSRT) preview. This was an excellent opportunity to both show off my own skills as a developer and to get my students involved in a potentially huge project that has put my school proudly on the map.

View the NSRT

Tai Woffinden

For around six years now, I have been working surreptitiously as Tai Woffindens developer. I was given a framework that was built by my good friend and full-stack developer Lewis Monteith (who also provided the Framework for the NSRT) and from there, the website has gone from strength to strength and handles traffic from around the world. I also manage Tai's marketing around 2000 of his subsribers.

Visit TaiWoffinden.Com


Two friends and fellow geeks recently put our heads together as we wanted to provide a leading digital service to Plymouth in terms of Support, Design, Consultancy and Telecoms. The result? We each have our own role within the business where we use our own knowledge base and skills within hardware, design and consultancy. Our clients come from far and wide to utilise our services and I am proud to say that I created the website for PrplPi.

Visit PrPlPi.Com

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