Jeremy Keith on the importance of creating products that last

Life is good. The sky is blue, the sun is shining and, radiating an air of palpable relaxation, Jeremy Keith shows us to the balcony at the back of Clearleft's Brighton office. As seagulls circle, call and do something else that begins with 'c', Keith – looking occasionally skyward – sits back and begins the task of avoiding my questions.

"My job title, right now," he says, "is sparkly code princess, but I'm probably going to change that before the day is out. I was thinking, 'rear admiral of the responsive fleet'." Thankfully, Keith's Twitter profile gives a more prosaic summary of the man. It says he's an Irish web developer with Clearleft, and that he also runs the dConstruct conference in Brighton.

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