My client is an artist working in a variety of media. This site uses an extended install of WordPress which allows her to upload and manage a gallery of her work, together with the text content of the site’s pages.
Promotes my client’s rental apartment on the island of Fuerteventura. The site includes a custom-built availability system into which she can enter bookings and have them displayed in the form of a calendar.
Showcases my photographic work, incorporating a blog and events list.
Hugh is a watercolour painter and teacher who passes his skills on both to adult classes and in local schools. He uses this site to promote himself and his services.
The Leicester YHA Group is a walking club who arrange trips around the country, staying at youth hostels and similar budget accommodation. The web site is an important source of new members, and means of disseminating information to members scattered across the county.
The site includes a database-based programme of events that is presented in a variety of formats. It’s managed by some password-protected admin screens that allow selected members to enter and update their own events. A similar system allows members to maintain slideshows of event photographs.
The site was awarded the YHA President’s Award for best YHA Group website for three years running.
Dedicated to William McGonagall, the nineteenth century Scottish poet, and writer of the worst poetry in the english language. His most famous work is probably The Tay Bridge Disaster, but he wrote over two hundred more on a variety of subjects.
Styled to have a distinctively Victorian look, the site includes a searchable archive of all William’s works, articles about him/them, and links to related web sites. A popular feature allows visitors to sign up to have a McGonagall poem regularly emailed to them. Hundreds of “Poetic Gems” are sent out every day to fans worldwide!
The site was a Yahoo Pick of the Day in September 2003.
Presents a less-travelled corner of military history – the contribution of the Kingdom of Italy to the Napoleonic Wars. Though largely composed of static pages of text, the site also includes a searchable database of Napoleonic book titles and uses XML to store and present orders of battle in different formats.
The site has been partially translated into Italian, with the help of some of its readers, and allows easy switching between the two language versions.
My client is a busy interim Food Technologist. This site allows her to publicise her skills, keeping it up-to-date herself via a content management system.
Built to support YHA Groups across the country, this site provides every group with a basic web presence, or redirects to the group’s full web site if they have one. Group details are maintained via a few simple password-protected screens, and presented in a variety of formats including a dynamically-generated map of group locations.