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…

Learning at the University of Winchester (2009)

35 hours were offered to overhaul and streamline the learning and teaching section of the University of Winchester portal in January 2009, taking a muddled and visually uninspiring set of pages, and making them usable and functional, within the University portal structure. I have since been employed for a few hours a month to maintain the site, adding further developments as appropriate, and continuing to improve the general structure in response to feedback. Whilst the…

Law at the University of Winchester (2007)

Following discussions with David Chalk, I produced an online presence for the new law degree at the University of Winchester in under 10 hours, using information prepared for print, re-purposing/structuring for the web, and uploading information using the University's Content Management System. I suggested appropriate image types, which were then provided by the University marketing team. Further time was then spent investigating other University Law websites to look for other possiblities for web content, some…

Web Usability (2001-2002)

These pages are the result of a 5 month project investigating what makes a web page usable, and thus effective. Members of staff in all departments of the University of Winchester (formerly King Alfred's College/University College Winchester) were questioned as to the use that they would possibly make of webpage design (within teaching, research, and assessment). Usability and information structure were deemed more important than aesthetics, although this was still a consideration. Designed primarily for…