Adam Perfect

Mr Perfect

Me looking mildly confused.

Hello, my name is Adam Perfect.

I've been designing and building websites for over a decade (since 1998!). I started early while still at school, designing a couple of popular video game community sites (Haloplayers and Breedplayers), then designing and building my own web apps before working for a couple of agencies in the North East of England after finishing university.

In late 2006 I moved to London to work for a startup called Gottabet, which later became bragster (now Guinness World Records Challengers).

At the end of 2008 I co-founded Made with Chopsticks, working on a mix of consultancy and in-house projects, including consulting as a designer at Gumtree.com.

I started taking photos in 2004 when I got a Fujifilm FinePix S5000 for my birthday. Since then, the photography bug has hit hard and I've loaded my flickr account with over 10,000 photos and counting.

My photography is largely focused on landscape and architecture, with the odd bit of motorsport and travel photography thrown in for good measure.

I launched a site just for my photography: adamperfect.com but in October 2015 re-designed this site and decided to start posting my photography work here instead.

This site is my personal blog, where I alternate not writing anything for a few months with writing about design and technology or posting photographs I'm particularly proud of (the photos are now moving to adamperfect.com).

I first published this blog in 2005, relaunching it in March 2010 with its first ever 'proper' design: one that took more than a couple of hours building. I even custom-wrote a new blogging system in Ruby on Rails to allow for every article to have its own style and behaviour should I so wish.

This latest version of the site was soft-launched in October 2015 and I plan to publish a lot more content to it, largely photography but design-/dev-related too.

Supersonic Feet?

The name came when I was thinking up band names with one of my brothers (I don't have a band, it just came up). It was so silly I apparently decided to register the domain name and use it for my blog.

Get in touch

You can find me on Twitter and Flickr.

Alternatively you can email me at adam @ supersonicfeet.com