About this blog

Who am I?

My name is Nathan Wall, I’m an Information Architect, content management specialist, would-be designer and part-time coder.

What do I do?

I make sense out of the chaos of information, I help content owners craft their sites to meet the needs of their users. I have an almost compulsive obsession for analytics, web stats and what you can learn about your users from them.

I also have a passion for web standards, accessibility and usability.

Why do I do what I do?

Simple. I want to make the web better.

Where do I do it?

I’ve been working on the web since 1999 in both Australia and New Zealand, primarily for large government departments, all-of-government initiatives, and some private organisations, charities, clubs and non-profit organisations.

When I open my mouth to say something…

Anywhere on this blog, when I say something its my personal opinion and mine alone. This is a personal blog and does not represent any official statement of any organisation I am associated with, either directly or indirectly.

My thoughts, opinions and random brain waves also do not represent the official opinion of the New Zealand Government Web Standards Working Group.

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Random thoughts about life, the universe and urban gardening. You may also find posts on food, cooking, and the occasional reference to cats.

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