About Me

I am Chris Tate-Davies. A web developer from Oxfordshire.


I work in a tight web development (Read "fullstack") team for a software company, providing facility management tools to video post production houses around the globe.

Contact Me

If you want to get hold of me, you can email me, or find me on Twitter


In addition to my full-time job, I have also created a few spin off projects.

These include:

HNFC COVID-19 Track and Trace portal

I wrote a portal to allow customers to create QR codes for events during the COVID-19 pandemic. The software presented users with a QR Code which could be scanned, the customer entered their name and contact telephone number. If an infection was discovered from any one of the attending guests, the system could contact the other guests to ask them to be checked.

Wayback Archive link

FOHNS fundraising site

My wife is the PTA chairperson and wanted to me to update the fundraising site. They wanted an easy to use CMS system and Wordpress seemed ideal as it is free and easy for users to use

The link is still active: www.fohns.co.uk

The Sun Inn Public House

The previous landlord asked me to revamp their site. Allowing them to have an online room booking system and a way to update dinner menus without any tech involvement.

This pub was bought by another management firm and they created a new site. But the old site is available on the Wayback Archive https://web.archive.org/web/20130729022134/https://thesuninn-hooknorton.co.uk/

Stanton Motorsports website

Steve Stanton came to me through a mutual friend and asked me to take over the site maintenance for his rolling road business.

This project is due for a rewrite when Steve changed domain providers and we're currently revamping the site to allow customers to book and pay for his services online


I am currently the chairman of the Hook Norton Football Club

This is a local (to me) grassroots men's football team playing in the Witney and District football league. It allows me to maintain my love for the sport as well as helping the local community who were missing their local team when it folded some years back.