My new DJ website has finally landed, spurred on by the fact I desperately needed to find somewhere to host my new APC-40 midi template, I have finally created my DJ website…
So here we are, version 3 of my personal website. Building your own website is always a great opportunity to learn new things..
Combining two of my favorite loves, football and building websites made me very happy indeed when working on this project. This website/application allows users to login and make predictions for the upcoming football matches.
It may be the old version of this site, but after the many hours spent slaving away over it back in the day I thought it only fair to feature it as I reckon it’s still a pretty cool site.
This flash application is powered by a custom built CMS that allows marketing to upload content through an admin panel. The Actionscript loops through an XML document…
The designs have undergone several iterations since the first wireframes were handed to me back in 2006 where I became Lead Creative for this project. The biggest challenge was to design a content driven website that supports multiple languages…
Working very closely with the client I kept the design nice and simple, whilst ensuring everything was fully accessible with strong SEO.
My second project for P&O Ferries involved the redesign of their online freight booking application. Whilst maintaining its own separate identity, a similar look and feel to the tourist website was applied.
After coming across an early demo of my Master Blaster game I was approached by the UK’s largest paintballing company to design and develop them an online flash game.
My original portfolio was created back in 2005 when I finished university. This was not the most accessible Flash website in the world, but served a purpose showcasing all my final year projects at that time.