MediaNet Academy (2007)

A site produced as a team effort at the Churches Media Council Conference 'MediaNet Academy', to which I'd won a free place. The site was hosted by wetpaint, a free CMS. The starter question we were provided with was "If Dr Who travelled through time to the media world of 2027, what would he find? How would God be working in and through the media?". The web stream's specific brief was to design a simple…

Mallard Cottage, Winchester (2001)

Friends requested that I design a site for their bed and breakfast, and the content, format and structure was originally taken from a leaflet already designed for the business. The site was redesigned after a couple of years in order to look more fresh and professional, provide more information, and to allow customers an idea of when the accommodation was available for use. I looked at several other Bed & Breakfast sites, and talked to…

Lewis Partners (not live)

This site is designed on a small scale for the dairy and arable farm based in Norfolk run by my brother with my Dad. The site is designed to be simple, with the possibility for growth as the key uses of the website are identified. The farm is heavily involved in Open Farm Sunday, and I have structured the site anticipating that visitors to this are the most likely audience. Information expected to go onto…

IT & Communication Services, University of Winchester (2003-2004)

In Summer 2003, following positive feedback for the IT Centre website work, I was asked to redesign the ITCS website in totality. I went through the old site to define the information that appeared most useful. I visited different sections of ITCS to assess their requirements for information to be available on the ITCS website, to ensure that the information would be relevant and up-to-date, which would mean that students would use it, and thus…

IT Centre, King Alfred's College (2001-2003)

These pages were part of a much larger site for the ITCS department, designed for use by students, in order to help them make the best use of the IT facilities available within the College, focusing in on the range of services provided and software tips. Using Government training funds, I'd had 6 hours of 1-2-1 training in Dreamweaver, and this was the first site for which I'd put it into practice. The website is…
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