Halsey Keetch were looking to rebrand their website and move it from the closed Adobe platform. Working with Linda Russheim at HT Financial Marketing, a new WordPress website was created which reflects their clear branding, with a strong colour scheme and effective use of different fonts. The website has been streamlined, the navigation simplified to enhance the user experience and it is now tablet and mobile responsive.
Halsey Keetch’s attention to detail on every level from imagery, to text content, to layout has resulted in not only a beautiful website but one that reflects their passion for their business.
The Diversity Project Charity approached me to help them build a website for fundraising for their charities.
The website was designed to appeal to a younger audience, incorporating a clean background and the bold colours from the logo. The website is simple to navigate and all of the information is ease to read with plenty of dynamic content to reduce the amount of scrolling requirement.
Additions to the website fundraising will be functions will be added in the future.
PJH Carpentry came to me after their existing web administrators let them down. The website had no been maintained allowing some malware to be installed. After repeated requested to clean it up, PJH Carpentry came to me for help.
We rebuilt the website on new hosting with security protection (which is standard in all of the website I build). I then worked with Google to remove the blacklisting of the website address now the website was clean. We also improved the text, the imagery, the navigation and the SEO.
I continue to work with PJH Carpentry maintaining their website and running a Google Adwords campaign for them. PJH Carpentry are pleased to have a local webmaster who is responsive to their needs rather than a call centre.
Garden Style London is one of the most visually beautiful website I have worked on. Paul’s imagery is spectacular, producing a stunning home page.
He wanted a website to showcase not only his work but his vision as well. He has an extensive gallery for inspiration and has worked on a wide variety of projects from gardens in Kensington to creating a British Garden for China Expo in Beijing.
The website will also help to expand the business with a focus on events, garden parties and a shop.
Emma Corry Osteopathy had created a website in Wix, but similarly to Studio Cullis found that there were limitations to both to Wix and their knowledge on how to customize it.
Emma shared her vision of the website with me and I created the rearranged the content and improved the overall look for her.
If you are struggling with your Wix website, please contact me and I can advise you on how to improve it.
The aim of the Northstar Therapies website was to create a calming website with easy access to the information their clients would need.
The landing page has a twinkling night skyline animation which the client clicks through to visit the website site. The pastel colours and clean background allow the information on the website to speak for itself.
The website has media, podcasts, pdfs, team pages and contact forms. I continue to work with Francesca and her team to keep the website fresh and up to date as the business grows.
Studio Cullis created a website using the Wix platform, but had come across some difficulties. Wix is similar to WordPress but has a lot less scope for customization, placing limits on the overall design, for example, full width text boxes are not responsive to different screen sizes so text is lost.
I worked with Studio Cullis to find the optimal solution within the constraints to create the website with a minimal look to showcase their portfolio.
Raluca wished to create the website (ralucagraebner.com) and a distinct and separately branded blog – Leadership 361. This was to be built as one installation for ease of managing the website, but to use separate URLs for the posts and blog areas versus the website.
The project has a range of features from rotating headers, testimonial sliders, contact forms, a search function, social media integration and MailChimp sign-ups.
It was a pleasure to work on the project for Raluca who had a clear vision as to what she was looking for and it was great to see it come to life.
Once further member consultation was completed, we built a more comprehensive site. In addition to a more detailed landing page, we included integrations for events (Meetup and Eventbrite), job listings, blog site and community forum for registered members. Language translation was included across the site, to reflect the European nature of the users.
CustomerSuccessNetwork.org website went live in late November and is the go-to site for information regarding Customer Success in the region.
The new website focussed less on her presenting career in the UK and more on building a blog following, by posting regularly on her website and social media about interesting local activities. The website colour scheme and layout changed dramatically going with an image laden front page designed to be read on a mobile or tablet. The main content of the old website was rearranged and used as secondary content.
If you have a moment spend some time looking through how the other half live in the sun blessed world of Lex On The Beach.
The new one page website is split into 5 distinct sections giving clear information about Halliford Partners. The first area is the logo and strapline, then there is a summary about the company split into two sections: ‘What we do’, ‘Our track record’. The team are presented in the ‘Who we are’ section and clients can reach out to the team via the contact form in the final section. The ‘Who we are’ section provides a summary about each team member with an expandable dropdown to give more information.
Michael’s design is now a website with the WordPress CMS allowing the team to make changes as and when necessary. In the background the following have also been set up; website optimization, bespoke SEO, automated backups, increased security and monitoring.
I took the original design and transferred it over to the WordPress Content Management System. This enabled the team to login and update their menu and any other content whenever they needed to.
The overall look and feel of the website was kept, however the pages were reorganised to put all of the salient information on the front page. The main page now contains information about the restaurant and the deli, testimonials, social media connections and an Instagram feed. The contact details, the restaurant location and opening hours are also prominently displayed at the top of the page. The menu page is now interactive rather than being a series of pdfs.
The website was made mobile friendly which is not only important for the customer experience, but also having a mobile friendly website increases your search ranking. In addition each individual page was optimized for the search engines.
The Pear Tree @ Greenland Place now has a fully functional website which is mobile friendly, SEO optimized and meets the business needs of the team behind it. I can highly recommend the food too – they fed me well!
The new website is all about the recipes, they can be searched in many different ways, by ingredient, country, type of meal etc. The new layout displays the recipes more elegantly than the previous design with a scrolling area for favourite recipes and another section for highlighted recipes on the front page.
The recipe pages have some excellent features including scalable recipes, a timer and checking off each step when it is completed. Enjoy – I can recommend a lot of the recipes, after all I made them!
The Letter Box Study Group were looking to update their website which was created at the end of the last century. The first phase of the project was to modernize the current website with the addition of some of their collection of images of letter boxes.
A design was created by Richard Coltman which was the basis for the new website. I took these sketches and created the new website using WordPress. The website has built on the information that the previous website had which has been reorganised into new sections. A number of photograph galleries have been added as well as a video from the BBC news, a membership renewal form and automated response, a contact form, a rotating A-Z of information about letter boxes and connections to the various social media the team uses.
The design needed to appeal to the demographic of The Letter Box Study Group members and have easy and intuitive navigation. In addition steps were taken to make the website as accessible as possible.
My Grand Prix Tea is something that I have had at the back of my mind to write for years. With the children a little bit older and the business a bit more established I felt this F1 season was the time to take the plunge. I have a small back catalogue of recipes and I’m looking forward to learning some new ones as well as improving my photography skills.
My Grand Prix Tea is a food blog with a focus on simplicity, strong visuals, category pages, with easily searchable recipes, recipe card print outs, and social media integration. The design is responsive, changing the layout to reflect the screen size, but keeping the images foremost. The contrasting white text panels and images were chosen to allow readers to select recipes that they are interested in based on the images that appealed to them. The short text next to the image provides a teaser to pull the reader in.
My Grand Prix Tea will also improve my web design skills, helping me keep on top of the latest blog trends and developments so that I can assist my clients better when creating and managing a blog.
Kate’s new venture The London Nutritionist is a blog enabling Kate to engage with a wider audience and share her ever increasing knowledge in supporting a range of conditions. Kate had a clear idea about the style and colour scheme for her website. A theme was selected and customized to use the blue and pink colour scheme and create circular images to tie in with ‘The London Nutritionist’ logo. The five different colours help the reader to distinguish between content, links, tags, social media easily. The mobile and desktop versions feature different headers to give the best look for the screen size.
Kate’s blog will evolve over time but it currently features; social media integration, an Instagram feed, posts automatically publishing to chosen platforms, a contact form, MailChimp sign up, a blog with category driven subpages and a featured posts slider to showcase the best posts.
N&F Wilson Construction’s website was the last website to be switched over from Drupal to WordPress. The WordPress CMS is more user friendly for the client than the Drupal interface. We have also used this as an opportunity to update the look and feel improving the testimonial area, using categories to help the customer search for similar jobs.
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James Vaulkhard needed a website to connect with clients, promote his workshops and classes and highlight his existing catalogue of workshop. James chose a unique style; his front page showcases over 40 images of his work whilst also acting as a gateway to his website. A contact page enables clients to engage with James and provides the location of his studio whilst the Classes and Workshops page provides a booking and payment system for his workshops. The website has been optimised for SEO and has connections to James’s social media accounts.