Web design

This section contains examples of projects delivered on the internet. The roles I have taken include writing, editing, project management, site design, navigation, HTML and PHP coding and Javascript programming as well as site management and maintenance.

Mar 092017
Narroways web site

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

 Posted by on 9 March 2017 at 12:27 pm
May 292012
Vee Double Moo web site

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 […]

 Posted by on 29 May 2012 at 4:55 pm
May 042012
Walmsley Shaw web site

The web site designed for Walmsley Shaw Ltd, landscape gardeners and contractors. The web site was designed and produced in HTML, and the company was provided with a template for DreamWeaver, to enable them to add content and keep the site up to date using Adobe Contribute. My role in the project: Graphic design Navigation […]

 Posted by on 4 May 2012 at 4:06 pm
May 042012
LMI Matters! web site

LMI Matters! is a training toolkit aimed at professionals working with anyone who is seeking work or careers guidance. It covers the use, sources and understanding of labour market information in providing careers advice. As well as this web site, the project also included a printed toolkit (shown elsewhere in this portfolio) which was available […]

 Posted by on 4 May 2012 at 4:01 pm
Apr 132012
Simecology web site

Simecology Ltd is a small environmental consultancy based in Bath, with clients including developers large and small, Wildlife Trusts and other voluntary bodies, national and local government and individual private clients. The site was designed to be clear, simple and easy to use, its main purpose being to provide a point of contact for existing and […]

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Apr 132012
T Mag web site

T Mag – the magazine for the learning and skills sector The T Mag web site provides an on-line shopfront for the printed magazine, offering sample issues of the magazine itself and the companion Document Digest, details of the current issue, and an archive of selected articles. The design of the new web site was […]

 Posted by on 13 April 2012 at 1:31 pm
Apr 132012
Web site for author David Boyle

David Boyle is the author of a range of books about history, social change, politics and the future. He has been editor of a number of publications including Town & Country Planning, Community Network, New Economics, Liberal Democrat News and Radical Economics.  He is a fellow of the New Economics Foundation. The web site was designed and produced in […]

 Posted by on 13 April 2012 at 11:58 am
Apr 132012
The Real Press web site

This is the web site for The Real Press, a small, independent company which aims to publish ‘books which we really believe in – whether they are works of fiction, non-fiction, poetry or anything else’. The web site was designed and produced in a very economical way – I was commissioned to design the ‘look […]

 Posted by on 13 April 2012 at 11:55 am
Apr 122012
St Werburghs community web site

This is the web site for the community in Bristol where I live, commissioned by St Werburghs Neighbourhood Association, the local community group. Despite the fact that over 75 per cent of the work on this site was done pro bono, it’s probably one of the most ambitious and complex sites I’ve developed. As well […]

 Posted by on 12 April 2012 at 2:25 pm