I remember as a child being given electronic kits where if basically was a bit of printed card with loads of electronic components on it that were connected to springs. You would then push a wire in between the spring and connect it to a different device. These were always fun to design things on, but I also found them limited very quickly. I would normally take all of the components out of the different kits that I had to then make something far bigger and more complex.
I was around the age of 12 when at school we were introduced to soldering irons and PCB strip boards and it opened up a new world to me. I started to create more complex projects and also started to take thing I owned apart to re-wire them or general make add-ons to improve them. From then onwards my fun of adapting never stopped.
My projects are vary ranged and some quite odd. It is more that I see something that I can see how it can be improved or just a better way to do it.
This site is dedicated to the projects that I made made and some that were never finished as I had no money, saw an issue with the design so it wouldn’t work as I had hoped, or else I just couldn’t be bothered anymore. I have documented as much as I can for two purposes. I often forget some of the things I made, why I made it and why I used a certain part. By documenting everything here, I can remind myself. The second reason is if you a designer stumbles across my website and sees my designs, it might give you ideas on things you can create and you can see the issues I had so you do not make them, or see things from a different perspective which may lead to even better ideas. Either way, I hope that you enjoy looking at them.
Please note that I am not a professional electrical designer or programmer. I am just a hobbyist who likes to tinker. Please do send me a message if you would like to offer me any advice or comments on my projects, but don’t have a go over the way I have done something as the world is already full of negative hate speech and I don’t need it in my life.