Dan has been reviewing and reporting on all things computing, mobile and internet for most of the last decade and was part of the team that launched TechRadar.com after several years working on technology print titles. While at TechRadar, he rose to be Deputy Editor., working in Bath and responsible for features across the site and computing reviews.
He has now moved across to Future’s new launch Lifehacker UK, where he is Editor, responsible for all the site’s editorial.
While he was at TechRadar, the team twice won Future’s Website of the year since launch and TechRadar.com was also highly commended in the Consumer Website category of the Association of Online Publisher Awards 2011. The team are also nominated for Editorial Team of the year in the 2013 awards.
Dan is a regular at tech shows such as CES in Las Vegas, IFA in Berlin and Mobile World Congress in Barcelona as well as at other launches and events. He is completely platform agnostic and has experience with Windows (2000 through to Windows 8), OS X, Android, iOS, Windows Phone plus a huge number of suites, apps, CMSes and proprietary systems.
Dan has also been interviewed and quoted in a wide variety places including The Sun, BBC World Service, BBC News Online, BBC Radio 5Live, BBC Radio 4, Sky News Radio and BBC Local Radio.
He also writes for numerous websites, magazines and clients such as T3, Tesco, DSG (Currys PC World). Windows: The Official Magazine, PC Plus, MacFormat, Computer Arts Projects and Your Family Tree – see the Portfolio page for a complete list.