Posts Tagged ‘web work’

Website Facelift

Saturday, February 20th, 2010

It’s okay, you’re in the right place. Things just look different, that’s all.

As you can see I’ve completely redesigned this here little website o’ mine. What do you think? I am so relieved. Miles better imho.

Now you know one of the things that has kept me busy during this long absence.
So nice to see you again.

Kate Hennessy’s Site

Monday, September 22nd, 2008

Kate Hennessy's Site

Kate Hennessy is an old friend and a great writer, plus she has a very very good library of CDs. After working for various companies and agencies as a writer and editor, she finally decided to take the plunge and go freelance. For this she needed a website where could showcase her work, sort articles into subject categories to send to various editors, and also have somewhere a little more fun to document her amazing trans-Siberian travels. This is the site we designed and set-up for her;

Illustrated Website

Tuesday, September 25th, 2007

img_eggyA few months ago I created a whole bunch of very sketchy illustrations for a website. The Merryn Hughes event management site has only recently been launched, so now I can share it with you!

Designed by the ever talented James Norton,
Built by the unstoppable Adam Hinshaw,
And illustrated by me… what a team! heh-heh (no, seriously, it was such an interesting project to be involved in).

For added viewing pleasure, a red-hot-insiders-tip is to use your arrow keys for a bit of a play once you get there. Also try your page-up and page-down keys if you’ve always wanted to fly.

Flash Site Design

Wednesday, March 7th, 2007

jonThe website I’ve been working on for author Jonathan Walker, went live last week to coincide with his new book Pistols! Treason! Murder! Visit the website here!

The site is intended to be an extension of the world opened up by Jonathan in the book, offering more clues and extra information for readers wanting to delve deeper into the life and death of Gerolamo Vano (one of Venice’s first spy masters).

It also offers a sneak peak into Jonathan’s upcoming fiction novel Five Wounds.