Portfolio

Superglue Ltd.

Superglue were an existing client whose original website I created back in 2014.  At the beginning of 2015 they asked me to take an ongoing role in the operation of their online presence.  Initially this took the form of producing a fortnightly blog post on the Superglue website and publicising it via the Superglue social media channels….

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Steve Bartoli Artist

Steve is an emerging artist with a growing portfolio of photorealistic artworks of mainly Formula 1 and nature subjects.  He has been selling his prints and originals via his Facebook page for a while, but wanted a more professional channel to showcase his work, reduce the effort juggling sales orders, and offer his products to…

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Form

Following on from their successful side projects (Paul West Art and Film and Furniture) Paul and Paula asked me to build a new website for their branding/design company, Form. The scope included migrating an old blog into the new site and building a new means for them to showcase previous projects. The website contains a…

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Tabitha Tarran – Physiotherapist, Yoga and Pilates

Tabitha wanted a crisp and clear website to highlight her professional qualifications and medical approach to therapy. She wanted to be able to market her courses better to her local community and had had a flyer produced by a local printers which was made available at the various clinics where she conducted her classes/therapy sessions….

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Hippo Screenprinters

Lynne and Ian have been running their screen printing studios in Essex for a few years. Their original website was so difficult to update that they had resorted to posting occasional photos up on various social media sites. Sales from their BigCartel shop were slow and they wanted to be able to start running workshops…

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Film and Furniture

Paula approached me asking for a magazine-style blog for posts about iconic decor and furnishings in films.  The site ended up being pretty much a custom build, with virtually none of the underlying template remaining untouched. A huge majority of visitors use mobile devices to read the site, so the responsive functionality needs to be top…

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La Taverna dei Domenicani

Mimmo runs a phenomenal restaurant local to me but had no presence on the internet other than a placeholder page on Facebook. He wanted a simple website in three languages (Italian, English and German) to show his restaurant and the range of dishes on offer. I chose a site structure built on a single page…

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Puglia Bike

Vito ploughed all his savings into opening a cycle shop, Puglia Bike, in my local town 10 months ago.  Since then he has created his own MTB race team, developed a network of suppliers and kept his head above water in difficult economic conditions. Following a lot of discussion on what his website should offer,…

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Superglue Agency

Jane and Fergal from Superglue approached me 4 days before the launch of their business to ask for a website. They already had a presence on several social media platforms and had purchased their domain, but their website was still just a collection of ideas.  They wanted a website to showcase their work, and to…

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Peace of Glass

Roberta at Peace of Glass had created her own website a few years ago, but as her business had grown and she had started to develop a following on social media, her website began to show cracks.  She asked me to give the site a revamp with the following goals: As she changed from selling…

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