Portfolio

I created my first website in 1997, which was a mix of a personal homesite and information from the PhD that I’d then started, moved on to learn Dreamweaver in 2001, then started using WordPress in 2009. Tools aside, the most important element of site development is a focus upon the audience of a site, taking time to design a workable structure, and creating strong content.  I was an early adopter of social media , in which I am deeply embedded, and continue to develop my expertise.

Below is a list of sites I have worked on, with more recent iterations at the top – some are links, others give background information. As a historian, I love to see the old designs, and how things have changed!

2014: 

2013:

2012

From 2011 onwards, I continued with a number of the sites listed below, and moved more towards speaking, writing and workshops

2011

2010

Since 2009

Since 2008

Since 2007

Since 2006

Since 2005

Since 2004

Since 2003

Since 2002

Since 2001

Since 1999

Since 1998

Since 1997

Each site requires planning, including audience definition, development of ‘calls-to-actions’, issues of copyright, privacy and legal images.

Digital Fingerprint
Digiexplorer (not guru), Senior Lecturer in Digital Marketing @MMUBS. Interested in digital Literacy in the third sector. Author of ‘Raising Children in a Digital Age’, regularly checks hashtag #DigitalParenting.

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