Here at Telescope, we hope you’ll agree that we’re a friendly bunch! We pride ourselves on providing the kind of service we’d want to receive, and are grounded in passion for what we do, knowledge and honesty. Our amazing team really are what makes us who we are.
We’re going to be sharing a bit about each member of Team Telescope on a monthly basis, so you can get to know us all a little better!
First up, it’s Rob.
Lovely Rob is one of our Web Developers, working within our Digital Team.
In a nutshell, Rob’s job is to work with our team of designers, developers and copywriters to create our clients’ websites.
His favourite part of a project is the start of the build, and really enjoys getting stuck into the nitty gritty of the development cycle – he’s a keen problem solver!
“Every job is just a puzzle that needs to be solved. I find the sense of teamwork and collaboration between the designers, developers and copywriters really rewarding. I love how varied what I do is, and how every day is spent doing something different.”
One of Rob’s favourite projects at Telescope to date has been the creation of the DHACA website. He managed this big project from start to finish – and we hope you’ll agree, he did an incredible job! Throughout this project, he worked together with our client, other members of our digital support team, and developed a lot of the systems himself.
When he’s not at grafting away at Telescope HQ, you can often find Rob playing guitar, listening to records, or indulging in some good telly. (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is a favourite choice!)
“Telescope is a really nice company to work for! I feel valued as an employee, and supported by every single team member – even where there isn’t much role crossover.”
5 Questions for Rob...
How do you take your tea?
Ideally with extra caffeine… and tasting of coffee
What 3 items would you bring to a desert island?
My guitar, an iPod ( or something to listen to music on), and as many unread books as I’m allowed… (does that count as one item?!)
What’s the greatest album of all time?
It has to be “Blood on the Tracks” by Bob Dylan.
Where’s your favourite place in the world?
Tell us a random fact about yourself
I Iived in Hungary for 5 years.