These days, every business needs a web site as a way of showing potential clients who they are and what they offer. It is important that the site looks professional, attractive, and reflects the style and brand of the business it represents.
Over the past ten years I have designed and built many websites. As is the nature of the Web some of these have subsequently been replaced by other sites, some have closed, but the ones you see below are still in operation.
If you are interested in contacting me about either a new website, a redesign of your existing site, or for some ad hoc maintenance work, please contact me here. Thank you
While Shepherds Watched is a full e-commerce site with has a database controlled stock control system, and which is linked to an existing shopping cart system and the Paypal payment website.
The Twisted Omentum was built for a client who already had their own graphics and wanted the site built around them. The site owner has the ability to add new cartoons, videos and animations themselves using a simple data file.
Mawgan Porth Accommodation is a website to showcase two holiday properties in mid Cornwall. Although the site doesn't have the capability to book a holiday online, it does show availability and price per week. These are entered by the site owner using a simple data file.
Biddestone Village is a website to give information to visitors to and residents of the beautiful village of Biddestone. The website is a Wordpress website and has been setup to be easy for several non-technical villagers to maintain the site and add current content.
AfronMonro.com is a website that was set up by the author in order to give readers information about her book, 101 amazing things about pregnancy. Although the author set up the website using a 'build your own' website design, she was struggling to make the supplied templates display as she wanted. I was able to help with the layout, images and links to Facebook.
Black and Tabby Runs is a personal blog following a keen but inept runner as they run, train and race. It was set up using Wordpress which means it is clear to read and easy to post to. It has the ability for readers to add comments to the blog posts.