This site is under development.
It has been created for a group of friends just starting out in film making and photography. Because of this they wanted Facebook and YouTube to feature very prominently.
It was designed using Adobe Photoshop, Fireworks and Dreamweaver, as are most of the websites I design, and was tested on a local Apache Server. Ease of maintenance from the clients' computers using Xampp or similar software is an important feature.
This site was built for a small motorcycle club in Scotland. At the client's request, the style was based on their previous site, but using PHP with easy maintenance in mind.
The Caledonia Harley Club website has just received a complete makeover. I have retained the look of the previous site, with only minor changes, but the code has had a major update. It contains information about the club and its activities and for many members it is essential for keeping in touch due to the large geographical area covered. The home page and diary are updated regularly and galleries created after many events. There is also an active forum.
I have maintained this site for many years, having originally cut my teeth in web design on it, and it is now the easiest it has ever been to maintain.
This site has been developed for Will Burrow Motorcycles. The site advertises the business and has links to many online catalogues, as mail order parts form a substantial sector of the company's sales.
This site was developed for the Cumbria County Branch of UNISON (trade union) as a one stop place where members can get news and information on local and national issues.
This site was designed for The Society of Union Employees with an intentionally simple format for ease of maintenance by the client.
The Other Place.
This is my other website and was designed using Adobe Photoshop, Fireworks and Dreamweaver. It was originally my CV site but its main purpose now is to display my photography. It has recently been given a makeover and will eventually host my galleries, but it will run second fiddle to other ongoing projects.
Twin Celts Engineering website was originally designed in 2005. The company moved to Oban in 2009 but in the digital age distance is no object. At that point the site underwent a complete redesign to bring it up to W3C standards (using XHTML and CSS). It is a fairly static site whose main function is to advertise the company's range of services, but photographs are added by the client from time to time.