Kevin is a professional speaker, businessman, and polar explorer and required a ‘personal’ website to market his services. We designed and built the site using WordPress to allow Kevin to manage the site content directly, adding news stories and keeping the pages up-to-date.
We designed the new branding and website for this California-based geodata specialist. The website is set up using the WordPress platform, which provides a great way to keep the site content up-to-date and ‘in house’. A bespoke WordPress theme was designed and developed. We also designed and produced the Flash animations within the website
I’ve used NextGen gallery for WordPress quite a bit and it’s a nice plugin. BUT… I’ve always wanted to be able to do ‘easy embed’ multiple jquery slideshows that show images in a RANDOM order. (This IS possible using the Flash slideshow component but I don’t always want/need to use Flash for this).
This was an unusual branding project – to develop a logo, brand and website style for a site which allows people (or their relations or carers) to store memories about their life; particularly aimed at those with memory loss issues such as dementia sufferers. We presented a number of logo concepts and through the usual …more
We created an animated Flash illustration to explain the products and services provided by System 2000 Group. This has been built into their homepage and also provide navigation to the sub-sections of their website. The illustration began life as an isometric pencil sketch which was scanned and traced in Adobe Illustrator. The layer elements were …more
Wherever the Need are a Bath-based charity that work in India and Africa providing water, sanitation and building livelihoods to help alleviate poverty. Following the completion of two successful campaign websites for them we were asked to redesign and redevelop their main website. The site is built on WordPress and is our most complex WordPress …more
WordPress has a lot of advantages as a CMS for simple websites. The admin system is pretty good for non-techies to control their site content (adding posts, pages, uploading images are all pretty streamlined processes). However, one of the areas where it falls down is managing secondary page content. It’s great if you’ve just got …more
Since Apple launched the iPad on 3 April it has sold over 3 million of them, significantly beating the original iPhone sales for the same period. What does this mean for web design? Whilst still a small drop in the ocean in terms of web access, the lack of Flash support on both the iPad …more
If you want to ride the famous “Sea Tractor” this is the place to go… Bigbury-on-Sea! We designed and built this straight-forward site for a Devon Holiday Apartment. The aim was to keep the design very simple and uncluttered; to really place the focus on the photography. We also used JQuery to allow the images …more
We designed and produced this Flash-based website for a London TV admin services company. We also designed their brochure and stationery. Although the site is Flash-based it still functions on mobile devices such as the iPhone (and new iPad) by reverting to standard HTML format. This is also an important consideration for search engine marketing …more