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…

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

Bookwells/P&G Wells (2005, 2008)

P&G Wells is a beautiful bookshop nestled in the streets of Winchester. The brief was to design a simple, static site encompassing the six different businesses affiliated with the site. Time was short, so the initial design was produced quickly. Halfway through development of the site, I knew I'd got the job in Manchester, so passed the site over with instructions as to how to keep it updated, providing training as appropriate. The colouring was…

Winchester Holistics (since 2006)

After discussions and research, I designed and structured a friendly small business website. We wanted to keep the site simple as Tina had no desire to update it, and I couldn't guarantee being available when the site needed updating. I studied at other 'holistic practitioner' sites so that I could recommend to Tina the kind of content that would be worthwhile, and also took on board the ideas she already had for what it would…