Centre for Conspiracy Culture (2007)

Following discussions with Alasdair Spark, I took 40 hours to overhaul a site which had remained dormant, but popular, since the late 1990s. For this site I: restructured and found new information for the site; ensured that all links were functional; provided a new design and imagery for the site, based upon pre-existing imagery/fonts to provide consistency; provided search functionality; optimised search meta-tags; and suggested appropriate domain names. I provided a document allowing Alasdair Spark…

CIDRA, The University of Manchester (2005-2006)

The University of Manchester was mid-overhaul of its website when I joined May 2005. I felt that the development of a website for the "Centre for Interdisiciplinary Research in the Arts" (CIDRA) was key to the work that we were doing in promoting interdisciplinary research. The site was deliberately designed to remain small, to ensure that the information could be regularly updated, particularly the number of events we were involved in. We had to work…

Christ Church Winchester (2002-2005)

Over a period of two years, and as my knowledge of web design improved, I developed various drafts of a new site design for the Church which I attended. I wanted to the site to be accessible to the entire congregation, and also of interest to those who may be interested in the church and Christianity in general. The site structure was largely my responsibility, and in April 2003 the site finally went live, although…

Travelblog (2006-2008)

Once I knew that I was leaving the University of Manchester, and started making plans for 'Round the World' travels, I decided to jump into the world of 'blogging'. This site was the one that first came up on 'Googling' 'travelblog', and seemed to fit the purpose. I have religiously updated it on my travels, although the writing is very rough in form, and the images have not been particularly carefully chosen! The primary audience…

Toby Robinson Structural Engineering Design (2009)

Toby Robinson: Structural Engineering Design is a newly formed consultancy with big plans. The brief was to create a simple portfolio/services site to which Toby Robinson could direct potential clients. The site was built fairly quickly using newly-learnt CSS (taught by JBCreative) combined with Dreamweaver. As the site owner has a copy of Dreamweaver, instructions were left so that he could add content at his own pace. Visit: http://www.tobyrobinson.co.uk