About me


My name is Andy Clayton and I live on the south coast of England. I’m a full time self employed web developer using various web technologies through my business Triple W Design.

I’m also an experienced app developer and have created a number of apps for customers for iOS, Android and macOS.

My business also provides print services, such as leaflets, banners and business cards.

When I’m not doing that I enjoy playing the alto saxophone. As an adult learner I don’t often take exams by choice, however the last exam I took was in Summer 2013 when I passed my Grade 6.

In Spring 2018 I took up running using the excellent “Couch To 5K” programme. I vlogged weekly during this time and you can read and watch how I got on on this web site. I now venture out three times a week as I transition from a novice runner to someone who can vaguely put one foot infront of another at a reasonably fast pace.

I’m married with 2 dogs and enjoy training them (the dogs, not the wife).

After running a web site under the “Clayton Family” identity from the late 1990’s for over a decade, I decided to “rebrand” my personal web site in the form of a blog into which I write thoughts on topics such as computing, technology, entertainment, sport, music and anything else that I fancy waffling about. This blog was launched in its current format in July 2013.

You can also find me on Twitter @andyclayton, Instagram @andyjwclayton and can add me on SnapChat here. You can read some of my articles on Medium.com – find my profile and follow me here.

Finally on the social media front, I also have my own YouTube channel that directly supports the content on this site. You can find that here.

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Thanks for visiting my site. You’re very welcome!