Below are a recommendations as submitted through LinkedIn.

“bright fresh exciting, good to work with and has great enthusiasm and nice ideas. Would work with again no problem.” February 15, 2012
Donna Holford-Lovell Fleet Collective
(previously Hannah Maclure Centre, Abertay and organiser at NEoN Digital Arts Festival)

“Jon is person of extraordinary talent and vision when it comes to demonstrating what technology can do to transform the educational experience. We were fortunate enough to have Jon deliver a presentation about our ‘Open for Education’ conference in 2011 (, where he delivered an interactive workshop on the use of QR Codes to an audience drawn from Education (schools, colleges and universities), Health (NHS) and commercial providers. In the same year, we also employed Jon to add a new dimension to our 3-day ‘Game to Learn’ conference in Dundee; the largest games-based education event in Scotland, attended by over 400 delegates. Jon set up an engaging ‘QR treasure hunt’, which employed mobile technology and a unique tracking/delivery system which Jon and his team had developed. The delegate feedback indicated that this was one of the most innovative experiences of the day. The response to Jon’s presentation and his event activities have been incredibly positive and we would have absolutely no hesitation in recommending Jon as someone who can speak eloquently on the use of technology in education, and also deliver exciting, engaging activities at any events you are organising.” March 7, 2012
Top qualities: Great Results, Personable, Creative
Kenji Lamb – Director at Soffed (previously JISC RSC N/E Scotland)  

“Jon provided an excellent service, delivered to a high standard and on time. His work was original in its concept and design but Jon always listened to feedback and made amendments accordingly. I would be very happy to work with Jon on any future venture.” April 23, 2012
Top qualities: Great Results, Good Value, Creative
Ian Jones – Rector of Madras College, Fife