Work out in the wild
Working with clients to build, design, redesign, tweak, improve or evolve.
I've been lucky to have been able to work on a massive variety of projects for numerous clients, both directly and through agencies, across many different sectors including: construction, education, fashion, hospitality, housing, medical, retail, sport and utilities.
Early in my career, it was all identity, adverts, catalogues, brochures, leaflets and posters. But since 2005 I've been more digital-focused, designing and building websites. Below is a selection of recent projects I've had the pleasure of being involved with.
If you'd like to talk about an upcoming job or have any questions please contact me.
Jane Young Fashions
To match the recent rebranding, an updated e-commerce website was designed and built for Newark based fashion boutique Jane Young. To keep the CMS interface simple WordPress and WooCommerce were used. Integrating the in-store stock management system enabled the syncing of products between the two.
Sound Advice Education
New business start-up Sound Advice Education required a company website to showcase and promote their educational skills and services. As the content on the site wouldn't be changing on a regular basis a static site was the best solution for their needs.
Muskham Swim Club
Muskham Swimming Club wanted to refresh their identity with a rebrand and launch their first website to generate more awareness, promote lessons and be a resource for group information.
Loughborough based start-up Hive Composites required an online presence for international promotion. To keep within the short timescale and budget the website was designed and built using a clean monotone design. The simple design kept the website loading time and speed to a minimum without compromising content.
Little Garden Day Nurseries
A new website designed and built to follow the rebrand for London day nursery chain Little Garden (formally Bringing Up Baby). Its primary use was to showcase all nursery facilities and locations as well as giving information on the Little Garden philosophy.
The website of Leicestershire public house, The Wheatsheaf Inn, was re-designed to fit with the rebrand and refurbishment following a change of ownership. Built using WordPress with a simple backend interface it could be easily updated in-house by the client with the latest events, news and menus.
Sika UK wanted to showcase and shout about their waterproofing expertise. The website was built using WordPress to house a wealth of information on system and product specifications, brochures, CAD drawings and installation instructions. It was essential that navigation was kept intuitive and the speed of the site was kept as fast as possible.