client: beaupepys project: company website
I supplied the back end for this, an e-commerce site selling hand-made jewellery.
From the admin side, the site includes a database to store details of all products so that the shop owner can add products, as well as a means for them to upload photography.
For visitors to the site there is a search and shopping basket facility which links through to a PayPal-based payment system.
client: the marketing factory project: company website
client: judith gibbons project: personal website and blog
This is a site for a graphic designer built primarily around a portfolio of work and blog.
I built the back end for this, creating an admin area for the site owner featuring bespoke blog and portfolio functionality.
client: catersell project: company website
This site is designed to allow people to buy and sell mobile catering equipment. My involvement with this was to rebuild the functional side of an existing site and make it more robust and user-friendly.
The main feature of the site is a search facility to enable buyers to choose what type of items they are looking for and what price range. This will be extended in future to include a postcode search, once the existing database is updated to include postcode data for items on sale. For sellers, there is the facility to enter all the details of their item and upload pictures. The images are stored on the server and displayed on demand.
client: socialist alliance project: brochure website
client: elle home interiors project: company website
client: gem restaurant project: brochure website
Gem is a restaurant in Islington, London, specialising in Turkish/Kurdish cuisine. I designed and developed this site for the restaurant and have been adding features regularly.
Following discussions with the owner, I co-wrote all the content and then organised hosting and email facilities for the site. I can also report that the food is magnificent!
client: insurance factory project: driving attitude test
This site, designed with young drivers in mind, tests drivers’ attitude towards driving through a series of carefully designed questions.
client: the falstaff experience project: company website
This site is for a museum and centre for paranormal activities, based in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire.
I designed and developed the site from the beginning, starting with discussions with the client, leading to the establishment of a theme for the site and finishing with the incorporation of an online shopping facility and a full Content Management System. The CMS means that the owners of the museum can update the site at all times, including adding, deleting and the editing of all pages. Additionally, the menu at the top of each page is produced graphically on-the-fly from the textual content stored in a MySQL database and rendered via PHP.
client: lorraine clarke project: exhibition website
I designed this site to publicise an art exhibition which took place in November last year.
The home page features a small animation of the artworks in the show whilst other pages describe the works in greater detail, and have a biography of the artist and give sponsors links and information.
I host the site, and when it went live gave full access of the code to the client, who has some familiarity with web-coding, so that they could continue to update news events and other developments themselves.