Category: Website design & development
All Work No Play
Joseph Lynn is a good friend and film-maker/photographer who toured with the comedian Noel Fielding during 2014. Throughout his time on tour he photographed a number of intimate moments both on and off stage and there was a strong demand for him to sell prints of his work.
Craftsman Hughie McCormack had just finished restoring his family cottage in Ireland when he contacted me about creating this site. Here was a project that needed to reflect the client’s incredible attention to detail and high level of skill, so as to really sell the cottage to potential holiday-makers.
Sun Centre World
For over 30 years Sun Centre World has been providing top-class sun centres to the North West, and with such a focus on a high-quality experience for every client at their centres, they wanted a website to reflect their dedication.
Stockport Schools’ Brass Bands (SSBB) was in dire need of a new site – a vibrant group of young and old who come together to create fantastic music, they wanted to be well represented on the web. As well as having a powerful desktop site a mobile version that mirrored all the functionality was also very important.
AWDemolition wanted a good-looking site to provide potential clients with a great impression of the company, and an easy mode by which to contact them. The brief was simple: create a good-looking and simple site, which the client can update at the drop of a hat.
RWPhysio is a new business in the Cheadle area that serves to help those affected by sports-injuries and other problems associated with movement and mobility problems. To inform people about the business the company came to me to produce a sleek website and various print media.
Tank Maintenance NW
Local business Tank Maintenance North West wanted to launch itself into the industry with a professional marketing strategy and good-looking website. For that, they came to me to ask for a simple website that would properly convey their friendly and passionate business.
A market leader in the field, Essential Cuisine, wanted to create a sophisticated tool for showing chefs just how much money they might save if they used their products. The result was a simple interface with a powerful core, to be used by company reps help prospective clients just how much better off they would be if they purchased from the company.
St Ann’s Church
St Ann’s needed a refreshed website to allow members of the parish to update others about all the ongoing activities going on. They wanted an easy to use and easily-maintained site tailored to some very specific needs. I was able to create a platform for them to publish and update content, while at the same time photographing the church for a gallery page.
Award winning chef Peter Walters (yep he’s my dad) wanted a website to store all of his fantastic recipes, and the ability to blog about developments in the industry. He wanted a website he could easily update, and one that others would find useful. Getting the rankings on Google was therefore very important, and within the first week search results began to feature the site.