This is the web site for Narroways Millennium Green Trust, an inner-city local nature reserve in St Werburghs, north Bristol. As Narroways is a very small charity, the site was produced and hosted entirely free of charge using wordpress.com. My role in the project: graphic design web site design WordPress coding Content management and media integration
This section contains examples of my work carried out over the last few years, The roles I have taken vary from writer and editor to graphic designer, web developer and project manager, and the medium used has varied from web sites to print to CD-ROM, or a mix of all these. I’ve tried to categorise them in a meaningful way, so don’t be surprised if some jobs pop up under more than one heading . . .
Capping the CAP is the first in a series of PDF reports produced for the South West Green Party to support campaign press releases during the European Election 2014 campaign. As well as being pretty, it’s also a good, authoritative overview of a very important topic – you can see the full report by clicking […]
This is a single-sided A5 leaflet produced for the South West Green Party, as part of the European Election campaign, to promote the Party’s online petition to return the Great Western rail franchise to public ownership. The leaflet was produced in under a week, from first draft to final printed copies, ready for a campaign […]
South West Green News is a tabloid format news sheet designed to promote the Green Party and its candidates during the European Election 2014 campaign. There are six editions (as shown above), each covering a different part of the region – for issue 1, we printed 20,000 of each, making a total print run of 120,000. […]
This is a DL (a third A4) leaflet produced to launch the South West Green Party’s campaign for the European Parliament elections in May 2014. It outlines the Green Party’s policies on Europe and the European Union, introduces the two lead candidates, and gives their views on the Greens’ role in Europe. The leaflet was […]
In 2012, the City of Bristol held its first election for an elected mayor. Bristol City Council published a booklet, sent to all electors, with details of the candidates. Each was given a double page spread to promote their candidacy; I designed the entry for the Green Party candidate, Daniella Radice. Here it is. My […]
This is the web site for Vee Double Moo, a small business in Bristol selling soft ice cream and other goodies from a converted VW campervan. The brief was to make the site bright, friendly and easy to use, and to follow the colour scheme of the van’s livery – beigey brown background with a […]