Who employs me:
- Individuals who want a website
- Print Designers who want their ideas to work on the internet
- Small Businesses that want their existing website updated or maintained.
- Design Studios and Agencies who want me to work in-house
- Blue Chip international conglomerates who need my help
- Manufacturers who need illustrations for their manuals
I’m an extremely efficient worker. I don’t miss deadlines.
Here’s some examples of my work
Website: England Green
England Green wanted something completely unique, with usability coming way down the list of priorities, and concept being at the top.
Print: WMS Catalogue
This was my first job in print, back in 1998. Before the interview, I read the Quark Xpress manual from cover to cover.
Backhouse specialises in small-medium sized housing developments primarily across the South West of England.
Website: Barney Cokeliss
Barney was about to head off to the Toronto International Film Festival, where he had a short film premiering when he realised that his website was very out of date…
Website: Gentect Homes
Gentect Homes is an innovative partnership of leading specialists who plan, design and build quality homes…
Print: Rugby programmes
I got to meet quite a few of the team. Well, I didn’t actually meet them, but we all had breakfast in the same café at the same time.
Website: JAB group
JAB Group provide a bespoke recruitment service for sales and marketing appointments within the building industry and allied sectors.
Ultimatum is an annual magazine which is sent to people who play Ultimate frisbee in the UK. For ten years I have been the designer of Ultimatum.
Website: Brodie Press
I had this design idea for ages, but was unable to persuade any business to go with it. Then Brodie Press came along and loved it.
Website: Ethernet Ltd
The client needed a website in a hurry. I designed and built this website in two days.
Brief: Generic pictures of business people doing fantastic deals
Website: Interflow UK
Interflow UK are a the UK suppliers of various high end stainless steel products to the building industry, for example kitchen drainage ducts and air ventilation systems. Their products are installed in the kitchens at both Buckingham Palace and the House of Commons!
An exciting opportunity to learn a new API to create an Estate Agents website
Website: Pure Fudge
This website is for a new mum who wants to sell fudge in her spare time between changing nappies (you couldn’t make this stuff up).
Website: Walkabout Bars
Situated in most city centres throughout the country, Walkabout (Aussie theme bar) now boasts 49 pubs… and counting!
A very simple e-commerce website selling homemade jewellery.
Website: Legend Events
This site was build in Joomla CMS (an inferior predecessor to Wordpress), and is huge! There are around 300 pages of content!
Website: Aspen Concepts
This website offers them a simple CMS that does a lot of complex stuff in the background to make their website look great.
Website: OUP Education
I suggested that with minimal code changes I could make the current website responsive, thereby eradicating the need to run two websites with the same information.
Website: Joel Bugg
Joel understand the value of professional photography and so we had the joy of working with some really excellent images for this project.
Website: The Lockout
I got to listen to new music from upcoming bands before anybody else had heard of them. Some of them never had a more enthusiastic audience than me!
This website uses Drupal CMS. I would always choose WordPress, but sometimes the client knows best!
Website: Disc Golf UK
I recently started playing Disc Golf and came across a site selling discs in the UK.
Website: Noisy Little Monkey
The website needed to be big, brash, colourful and most importantly responsive. These guys are also really on updating, and add new blogs to their website on a daily basis.
This website presented a number of technical problems that seemed impossible to solve…
Website: Labels Zoo
An e-commerce website, selling integrated labels, which achieved £250,000 turnover in its first year of trading.
Website: Bristol Ground School
This is a complex website; not only does it sell courses (turnover £216,538.00 in the last annum!), it also enables students to book cramming courses from a list of scheduled events.