Category Archives: Wordpress

Kirkburton Pre-school Website

Posted on March 2, 2015

Kirkburton Pre school are a small voluntary organisation based in Kirkburton, Huddersfield.  As they are a charitable organisation, they didn’t have a large budget.  I don’t mind this.  I like to help out my local area.  Help people who are doing good. They already had a logo.  They weren’t sure what colours to go for and what style.  We looked...Read more

British & Irish Property Insurance Responsive Website

Posted on May 31, 2014

Ipors Real Estate Ltd were struggling with their current website.  Clients just didn’t know what they did.  They also didn’t appreciate how dark the website was, with a black background and red boxes overlaid. Using the colours from the logo, I created them a bright, clean and uncluttered website.  It was important that it was easy to use as this...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

Chequers Band

Posted on September 6, 2013

My client’s old website was built in flash.  Flash is a technology that is not search engine friendly, and doesn’t show up on mobiles.  So if you have a flash website, no one will be able to see it on their mobiles. My client wanted a simple, uncluttered look, with the homepage being an advertisement for the band.  I redesigned...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

Sterling Decorators

Posted on August 18, 2013

My client approached me needing a new website.  They didn’t have any branding or logo.  My first step was to establish the clients target customers – Quantity Surveyors and Estimators.  We then spoke about what these potential clients would be looking for in a website.  We worked out that the site’s main focus was to look professional whilst showcasing all the...Read more

Huddersfield B&B

Posted on August 2, 2013

My client already had a website but was finding it quite dated.  It had been set up 10 years or so before by her son.  She wanted the website to have a fresh feeling and to advertise her rooms. I designed a logo for my client, something I identified what sorely missing from the existing site.  It had no life,...Read more

Meltham Walking Group

Posted on July 5, 2013

My client organised a local walking group in Meltham, near Holmfirth.  He organised walks and wanted a website to promote these walks and for people to find out all the information about each walk.  There was a lot of functionality with this site.  It had to have news posts; it had to have the ability to add walks with each...Read more

Motorhome Electrical Specialists

Posted on July 5, 2013

This client, based in Huddersfield contacted me for 2 websites.  They specialise in auto electrics in Huddersfield.  After completing their first website, Autolec HD, I went onto design their motorhome website.  My client wanted a clean, minimal site to appeal to the more discerning customer.  After receiving the stock photography my client had purchased, I realised that the motorhome image  sold the...Read more

Autolec HD, Car Electrician

Posted on May 2, 2013

This project was for an auto-electrician in Huddersfield.  They already had a website that they had built with 1and1 hosting, but wanted something with a more streamlined feel, that incorporated their logo.   I based the design of the site on their logo.  The logo was black and orange, so I reflected this colour scheme in the rest of the...Read more

Holiday Let Website

Posted on April 22, 2013

Branscombe Holiday Let approached me for a revamp of their existing website, and a logo design.  The owner was unable to update it herself, and wanted to give it a fresh look and add some social links.  I also optimised the website for search engines such as google and yahoo. I created a design reminiscent of the sea-side to reflect the aim...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