Neil Gevaux

Web development | Content creation

York, UK

About me

My name's Neil Gevaux. I work at the University of York as a Web Application Developer for the Faculty Dev Team in IT Services.

I'm a skilled web developer with experience in Ruby (Rails, Sinatra), Javascript, Vue, and of course HTML and CSS.

Some of my side 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.

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.