Lou’s web designs are original and show a great attention to detail. Although not fluent in Gaelic, Lou showed no problems working with the Gaelic content on our site. Very professional and dedicated with a quick turnaround of work I can highly recommend her.

I have worked with Lou for several years now, both when she was a Programme Manager with the JISC, and more recently in her current consultancy role. Lou’s work is exemplary. She always provides excellent end products and her creativity is always in evidence. For example she has just finished a series of articles for CETIS which included a number of interactive timelines, which give additional impact and context to the accompanying text. Lou is able to work with clients to define, and usually refine, briefs. Her knowledge of the education sector ensures she can ask the right questions to the right people. I always have confidence that Lou will deliver exactly what we need, to time and to budget.

Professor Allison Littlejohn

Director of the Caledonian Academy/ Professor of Learning Technology / Glasgow Caledonian University

Over the past 10 years I have worked with Lou on several national and international projects funded by the EC, JISC, HEA, NSF and HEFCE. Lou, as consultant and project manager, has consistently acted as the key link, connecting people and resources to generate new ideas. At the same time she is a great organiser, making sure each project runs on budget and to time. Lou is a great facilitator, of both face-to-face and online events. She has the insight, experience and composure to make a success of any project. I highly recommend Lou as a consultant, collaborator and project manager.”

Lou undertook a consultancy which looked into both technical, operational and business challenges for the OU. She showed deep understanding not just of the subject domain – but dealt sensitively and effectively with a range of stakeholders. The report was developed quickly, was warmly welcomed and provided a practical but potentially game changing plan. September 20, 2012