This page contains details of some of my more recent projects. Because much of my work has tended to be intranets and extranets, it’s not always possible to link to those projects (hiding in secure areas behind passwords as they tend to do). A list of those jobs can be provided on request however.
The vast majority of these websites were built using WordPress, but I also have experience developing sites using different systems should you have a project that requires it.
Marten & Co are a financial services company based in London, UK. This simple but elegant WordPress site was built with a responsive design.
Working as part of a team, I aided the development and launch of this large and complex WordPress-driven site.
A simple but effective WordPress site designed to showcase the company's portfolio as well as providing news and other information.
All About The Idea is a London-based PR consultancy. Their WordPress-driven site is dominated by eye-catching image slideshows and acts primarily as a showcase for their client portfolio.
Pictures of Life is an piece of choral music composed by Lionel Oscar Segal. This website was created to promote the performances as well as provide information about the music.
Applewood Homecare are a premier homecare provider in the Irish market. They required a turnkey web solution - from concept through design and development all the way to deployment and launch.
The new All Being Well website is built using WordPress and provides an attractive brochure for their consultancy services. The site also includes a front-end log-in area for clients.
WordPress-driven, and including a regular blog, the site can be easily updated by the staff at Valoro and provides them with an opportunity to interact directly with their clients.
Raw & Juicy was the first home delivery juice cleansing company ever in the UK. This site is both brochure and online community as well as incorporating an online sign-up system for their service.
Built around an active blog, in order to create a thriving online community, the Hive Health website showcases their services and provides functionality for their clients to share information.
Based on a supplied design, the Los Divulgadores theme was built to run on the Spanish version of WordPress.
Joanna Pawlowska is a London-based artist. Her new WordPress site includes a set of image galleries to showcase her work as well as a blog / news page.
The new Hunter site replaces static HTML with a WordPress-powered version, and includes a bespoke portfolio system, image slideshows and a full blog.
Ring Forth provided both the design and the CMS development for the new Time to Change website.
Sophia Bennett is a UK-based writer of novels for young adults. This WordPress-driven site includes a news section, a guestbook and a showcase for the books.
A small, static HTML site created for Leeds-based band, Slumberwall to showcase album and book releases as well as inform fans of upcoming live shows.
Gordon McLellan is an author and environmental educator. While retaining the original design, the site was upgraded to WordPress allowing image galleries and a blog to be easily updated.
This travel site was upgraded from WordPress.com to a self-hosted WordPress site. A new theme was created with expanded functionality and existing content transferred.
A small, independent publisher of specialist esoteric books, Theion Publishing wanted a site that was brochure, store and newsfeed rolled into one.
Typecast Creative is a London-based design studio. Working on a tight budget, the existing static HTML site was converted to WordPress and upgraded with a blog and multiple image galleries.
The following projects were either done quite a while ago, or are no longer on the web for one reason or another. As time passes, websites can sometimes fall by the wayside. Maybe they get overhauled after a few years, or maybe they disappear completely. I built – or worked on – all of these sites… some still exist, some have been rebuilt and some have fallen completely silent.