Portfolio

Some examples of my recent work.

The Changi Cross

Design & Development

The Changi Cross

This website was produced for the daughter of a prisoner-of-war held in Changi during WWII. It provides a wealth of information on the origin of the Cross and those who made it. A Facebook page was set up as part of the project and has become quite lively with the FEPOW community.

Staffie & Stray Rescue

Design & Development

Staffie & Stray Rescue

This dog-loving charity needed to be able to quickly update the status of rescue animals in their care. Text content, downloads and photos can all be managed with ease on their new website.

Scott's Private Hire

Design & Development

Scott’s Private Hire

Tina and David Scott wanted to reassure customers with a professional site for their business. The website allows their customers to see the services offered, read testimonials and easily get in touch to make a booking.

Memories of Nursing

Design & Development

Memories of Nursing

Professor B Gail Thomas, head of the Centre for Excellence in Learning at Bournemouth University, needed a website to serve as an information archive for an oral history project. The site contains academic papers, audio clips, videos, photographs and scanned documents. The entire archive is content managed to allow new articles and information to be added in the future.

Consultant Work

I enjoy collaborating with studios to help with their projects.

website work for Plus One

The Parr Arms

Responsive Navigation

Studio: Plus One

Flourish Food Solutions

Design & Development

Studio: Plus One

The White Horse Inn

Font End Development

Studio: Plus One

eBook Publishing

I've worked with authors to prepare and publish their books for Kindle.

Down to Bedrock

Down to Bedrock by Eric Cordingly

Eric Cordingly's experience as a prisoner of war captured by the Japanese in World War II.

Kindle Store

How to F*%k it Up

How To F*%k It Up by Graham Davidson

A humorous guide to overcoming hardships by Graham Davidson, foreword by Ryan Carson.

Kindle Store