Tag Archives: wordpress

Ready Meals from Halifax

Posted on November 30, 2013

Your Secret Gourmet are a company based in Halifax who specialise in creating ready meals from locally sourced products. Pam contacted me needing a website to advertise her products.  It was also vital that her website let people know where to buy her products from, as she didn’t not have a permanent working location, instead having regular slots at farmers...Read more

E-Commerce Responsive Photography Site

Posted on September 17, 2013

I was very excited working on this project. Not least because I got the opportunity to learn a new skill – responsive website design. My client was dissatisfied with his old website design.  The background was very dark which drowned out the photos.  He came to me wanting a fresh, bright website which let the photos, rather than the design,...Read more

Pen Translations – Logo and Website

Posted on August 27, 2013

This was a very exciting project.  My client was from Bedford and had received bad service from a well known company for her website build.  She came to me wanting a logo designed and a website that was in English and Polish.  With her business being translation, she didn’t want to use an automatic language translator such as Google Translate....Read more

Huddersfield Legal Software House Website

Posted on January 5, 2013

Exen Legal Solutions required their website to be maintainable so they could update it easily.  I converted the existing site into a wordpress site for them.  This meant they could easily add new projects, client logos, client work and news items. I also created a portfolio section for them under what we do>portfolio.  I created the project images based on...Read more

Photography E-Commerce Website

Posted on October 6, 2012

This is my favourite project I have worked on so far.  My client’s work was so beautiful it really wasn’t difficult getting the inspiration for the design.  I quickly identified the purpose of the website – to showcase David’s photography and advertise his workshops.  From there it was simple, make the images stand out.  They done this on their own, so I...Read more