I’m very pleased to say the website I designed and built for All I want is vintage is live! It’s a vintage shop selling hand picked collectables, homeware, vintage clothes and handmade crafts.
My brief was to create a vintage website design for a shop that will stand out from the crowd. It needed to be easy to update, and showcase the unique, one off and handmade items. It’s built on WordPress content management system (CMS) and I created a custom WordPress theme that is unique to this website.
A website I designed and built for Sweetwater volunteers, a volunteer project in Africa, has launched! It is the sister website to Geedema, a Gambia holiday website I created at the end of last year. This is the volunteer side of the holiday site and places volunteers in work placements in the local community.
Sweetwater volunteers wanted a website that reflected the grass roots side of the project, and was warm, welcoming, and would entice people to volunteer with them over the larger, more corporate companies. I think we’ve achieved it, this is probably my favourite website I’ve worked on so far!
A nice relaxed song, for a quiet Sunday. Today I’ve been baking lemon butterfly biscuits, working on a website design and listening to Ruby Goe – Badman.
The WDH website has been shortlisted for a Public Sector Communications award! We’re in the website category.
I work for WDH and I built the responsive framework for the website, and I did a lot of the layout and design work too.
I’m so excited about this, I might even get to go to the award ceremony!
My latest project is live! I designed and built this website for Believe in Change Hypnotherapy in Wakefield. It runs on content management system WordPress, and is responsive – shrink your browser or view it on mobile and see how it looks!