A portfolio of my recent projects during the last 12 months or so.. If you would like me to build you a website, get in touch and we can discuss what you would like and when you would like it.
A London based artist commissioned me to build him a new website to replace his old one as he wished to have the ability to update the content himself.
The website is built in Silverstripe and is fully editable. The inspiration for the site came from the Picaso website as per clients request. The site intentionally has a ‘random, all over the place’ look and feel and I personally love it.
This is the second yoga based website I have done in 2012. Two design routes were provided to the client they choose this option for its clean layout and friendly colour pallete. We sourced and used some fantastic imagery on the site to further enhance the overall message of the site.
SEO on-page has been done for this website to further enhanace the sites online visibility across search engines.
An e-commerce website selling gifts for the home including table mats, placemats and coasters. The website is powered using a CMS specifically tailored to e-commerce solutions and is fully editable and managed on a daily basis by the client.
The full website design including logo was also done by fiance Harriet R Stevens and we continue to support this UK based family business.
This website is a good example of a website built from the ground up, including all design and project management on the clients behalf.
A local building company wished to improve their online visibility with a new website. This website was designed by a freelance web designer I often collaborate with.
The site is built in SIlverstripe and combines nice graphical elements, good content and is well structured resulting in good search engine indexing.
The content for this site like all websites I build is fully editable by the client with no coding knowledge required.
One of the more ‘pretty’ sites I built last year. Working closely with the client over several weeks we built in her requirements such as a blog. Also the ability to send newsletters to her students and have it all managed in an easy to use system. The site owner absolutely loves her site and keeps the blog up to date with all sorts of yoga news and information.
The creative for this site came from my fiancé who is a very talented graphic designer, her portfolio can be reviewed on her own website here.
A sister site to the main Decorque website, the primary focus for this site was to be a blog. A place the client could interact with her customers, post news, reviews and information on her love for all things pattern. The blog has been a great success and features many guest bloggers and publishes content on almost a daily basis.
Another example of how Silverstripe can be customised to any look and feel, this site features a sidebar with checkboxes for every page that determine which banners appear on which page.
This is a website/blog I actually built for myself, when I am not coding I love a spot of gardening and being a developer I thought what better to do than create an online diary. It was been running since 2011 and is updated as often as I can find the time.
The is a Silverstripe website focused around the blog module, Silverstripe allows for easy styling of this module and is simple to implement and build.