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Category Archives: Website
There is so much content in everything now that is filched from other places. I prefer to make my own, the client is employing me for my work, not my talents as a thief. Which is different from having influences … Continue reading
This is a project of logo and web design for a group of three schools. The logos for the three schools come in three versions. The intertwining letters were a joy to create. It was a good test of skill … Continue reading
I usually post artworks, this week it’s time for what pays most of the bills. My design work. These are some of the recent jobs I can show, there are more but a few clients are shy. This project was … Continue reading
This project was a collaboration with Piers Aitman (coding), Lynda S, James H and Ann C. It was a pleasure to work with them all. In fact Auckland Castle was full of great people. If you ever get the chance to … Continue reading
Alice wanted a site that reflected her style, writing and beauty range. The amount of good quality content both textural and visual made the process a simple case of letting the work speak for itself. See the real site at alicehartdavis.com To … Continue reading
This is the new Reeves website in it’s initial week.
We are honing and adding more pictures of beautiful suits as I write this. Continue reading
This project has been most enjoyable. Alan D Boyd is a good guy, who also has a lot of good content, perfect for a website. The main idea was to have two colour coded routes for the two main parts … Continue reading
The original homepage. The headline text faded in and out. The design works perfectly on laptop, tablet and mobile. A sample of game pages. The headline type fades after 5 seconds. Rather atmospheric. The woodblock typeface was printed and scanned … Continue reading
I was bought in to design the logo, which turned into designing and illustrating the website. In the guidelines there were mock up covers for TigerTalk web magazine. As you can see below, our striped chum has many moods. … Continue reading
Great scarves (by Thorpe). Great photography (Emma Saunders). Great model (Charlie Dyer). Great Coding (Craig Rivière). Designing a nice and simple website was a pleasure with all of that. http://www.thorpeaccessories.com
Or stacked for mobiles etc… One of my favourite shops is closing as they want to move online. They needed a holding page so… I created one. many thanks to Joe Pike for coding the work. I did the little … Continue reading
David Reeves needed a website. The original was holding page: Then another page was added when you clicked anywhere on the main page: This was very simple and just about did the job in a very quiet way. After a … Continue reading
The videos are pretty cool, nice music too. Thanks to Rhys Dawney for his help on this. Online soon-ish. Until then… http://brandelectioneering.wordpress.com/?D=31 for an animated version and some writing about it.
The photographs ‘flow’ from right to left. Online soon-ish.