We started millipedia at the end of the 20th century - that makes us very old in internet time. It also means that we had our name before those upstarts at Wikipedia started and confused things.
Our experience was acquired both in the public and private sectors. We are a partnership of like-minded individuals, who decided that we would rather provide this knowledge and experience to groups that are driven by social and ethical objectives.
We're based in the Chilterns (that's one of our sites of course) in the Thames-side town of Marlow, but we work with organisations from Stockholm to Rio.
We work with a wide range of specialists depending on what the project requires, but it'll be one of the below who'll probably pick up the phone when you call.
Prior to founding millipedia, Stephen worked for Dorling Kindersley Multimedia on their award winning CD-ROMs, and Agency.com where he was responsible for quality assurance on several large corporate websites including British Airways and O2. He is a founder of Miappi as well as other start ups.
Stephen is our technical director and is proficient in a wide range of programming languages and technical architectures.
Stephen built his first webpage in 1993; this is so long ago in internet years that instead of needing search engines to index sites Tim Berners-Lee just kept a list.
You can view Stephen's
LinkedIn profile although his Last FM stats might give you a better idea.
Robert has been our producer and creative director since 2000. Rob has coordinated and project managed a wide range of technical and creative projects including websites, intranet migration, microsites, campaigns, e-learning, e-commerce, and books, for educational, charity and corporate clients.
Rob studied illustration at Harrow School of Art, design at St Martins, and usability at the Open University.
He is active in local environmental and community organisations and helped set up Transition Town Chesham and Chesham's Green Drinks.
Amanda heads up our print work. She has extensive experience in graphic design/design management particularly in charity, educational and publishing sectors and is highly experienced with working with authors and editors.
In the past she has worked for Dorling Kindersley, Mencap and Pearson; including educational publishing for African, Caribbean and Irish markets. She also works on branding, brochures, design for exhibitions etc; and on copywriting and copy-editing for many of her clients.