Neil Gevaux

Web development | Content creation

York, UK

About me

My name's Neil Gevaux. I work at the University of York as a Content Developer in External Relations.

I'm a skilled web developer with experience in Ruby, Javascript, and of course HTML and CSS.

Some of my projects include archaeological work like Star Carr and and The Viking Craft Network. I have experience in content creation, and I've made promotional videos for university courses and other cool things.

I also have experience teaching technical skills, such as Working on the Web, Digital Imaging and Using Archaeological Data.

I build websites and applications for projects and businesses. I love front-end web development and UX. Have a look in the Projects section to check out some of my work.

I am also into data and data visualisation, having worked with archaeological data in some form for almost 20 years. It's a really important mechanism for understanding things in different ways.

I've created this site to showcase some of my professional and personal interests. I hope you enjoy it! Feel free to get in touch by email or social media :)



Here's a selection of websites I have built.

Star Carr

Star Carr website

Created for 2016 British Archaeological Award-winning project Star Carr.

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Viking Craft Network

Viking Craft Network website

Information on Viking-age crafts.

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Karmilla website

Site created for UK-based singer-songwriter Karmilla.

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Maybank Buildings Conservation

Maybank Buildings Conservation website

Buildings conservation throughout the UK.

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Third Lung

Third Lung website

UK 4-piece band Third Lung.

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INDUCE website

ERC funded archaeological project about the use of ceramics.

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Internet Archaeology

Internet Archaeology website

The digital journal for archaeology.

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Contact Me

Drop me a line if you share any interests, or if you think you have a project you want me to work on.