Below are some recent and some not so recent examples of work.
If you'd like to know more information about any of the projects below, please contact me.
Circle One manufacture Surfboards, wetsuits and other watersports products.
The site was a re-design to bring it up to date with web standards and improve
navigation and useability. The previous site was built almost entirely in flash.
Features include a content management suite with WYSIWYG editor, bulk email and newletter
administration and delivery.
This complete web-site rebuild contributed to a massive increase in traffic,
particularly from search engines.
The previous site used a frame-set (shock, horror). A standards compliant, modern layout with graphics created by Maltdesign, this site outstrips the competition.
Behind the scenes, there is a wealth of administrative tools from a complete content management system, news publishing, on-line applications to a complete, database driven intranet that manages clients, documents, flights, applications and a whole lot more.
This Mexican restaurant in Exmouth approached me to do a simple site rebuild
to bring the site up-to-date with the usual web-standards and show-off their menu, and
also to create a custom on-line pre-ordering system. The system takes orders for large
parties and collates the information into a detailed order for the front of house,
a short order for the kitchen and place-names for each member of the party detailing the
food ordered and their individual price... Table deposits are taken by credit card and encrypted securely...
A small, high quality hotel in Exeter with an exemplary environmental policy and record.
The site features a simple on-line booking facility with encryption.
Photography by Kimberly Rainford
The owners, John & Serge, wanted to portray their guest house as a contemporary yet
warm and traditional retreat. I hope you'll agree that the essence of Moorstone has been captured
within the site due to the strength of the Identity and fantastic photography.
Innovative event production and management with cutting edge technology...
Kimberly's website is simple brochure site detailing the breadth of her photography with an additional online
shop where you can buy canvases and greeting cards. The shop is a Shopify customisation.
Mike is a local painter and Art teacher. The site provides simple PayPal
purchasing of original works, a gallery, general information and course timetables.
I talk about Maltdesign quite a lot in this portfolio. We work together closely
as our skills complement each other perfectly. The site is a simple brochure site
with portfolio examples.
The Tad site has been on-line for a long time and has many features including a custom mailing list application
with online user management, second-hand equipment listings and much more. The tad blog
was recently launched, a customised version of Wordpress with Gallery integration
was used to allow the tad staff to blog to their hearts content...
An on-line store is also in the pipeline for late 2006 / early 2007
Update:The old site is down because the PB is under new management. It's been replaced temporarily with a simple holding page...
The Puffing Billy wanted a site that delivered their message; Quality, Fresh, Local Ingredients, outstanding
quality and service.
The site features easy to use on-line ordering for the “Express Lunch”, Mailing List manager, Dynamic database driven menus and a host of other features. The site was developed in partnership with Maltdesign who is responsible for the identity and graphic concepts.
Mister Big Toys has stopped trading but the site shell is still there for reference...
Mister Bigtoys sells it's own unique brand of educational childrens toys. The site
has a paypal driven shopping cart and the brand identity was created by Maltdesign.
The Daily Planet are a Bluegrass/Jazz mixture (sort of) band... The site
includes an interactive MP3 player, custom mailing list application and a bunch of
other useful things...
The Exe Kiteboarders are a local club trying to preserve the right to fly kites
on the Exe Estuary. The site is a community based site with static info and
a forum for the growing number of members.