Websites; big ones, small ones, some as big as your head.*
As a freelance web developer based in the city of Brighton & Hove specialising in WordPress, I can work with you or for you to create beautiful, functional, feature-rich websites quickly & efficiently; from a simple one page presence like this one, to complex international, multi-lingual entities complete with bells, whistles and eyebrows.
I’ve been working in the digital arena since 1994 and have a wealth of experience and a broad range of related skills. I use my resources & know-how to produce engaging sites on any scale, and not being a “proper” geek, I can speak your language. Get in touch to find out how I can help you.
Working with AKQA alongside their lead developer I helped create this site for the refugee charity Choose Love. We developed a suite of reusable Divi components, many heavily modified to give them the functionality that they needed, and to allow them to easily integrate their 3rd party donation, petition and subscription APIs.
After many years as a successful wedding photographer Sara decided to branch out in a new direction as an artist. She asked me to build her a new site to showcase her new talents and together we came up with a new look website that allows her artwork to take center stage.
Working with their in-house designers I was required to re-build Lightful’s website using a bootstrap enabled theme, in order to fit in with their development methodology. I created a bespoke set of page-building blocks for them so they are be able to retain consistency across the site whilst still being easy to use and without creating needless page bloat.
Cyprus Villa Retreats’ original site had grown piecemeal in an ad-hoc fashion. To update and unify the look and feel, provide a simple way for their content editors to work and to integrate with their Checkfront sales engine I worked with JooJoo Creative to build them a site that utilises a bespoke set of page-building blocks ensuring a consistent style, and that is user friendly from both the front- and back-end.
Cinecity deliver a year-round programme of film and moving image events, and present the annual Brighton Film Festival. After re-building their site for them in 2012 I was asked to bring it up to date in 2018, working with their programme designer Keely at 6970design we styled it to closely match their printed material, and made it more user, and admin friendly.
With a new logo, and assets prepared by Swash & Fold, I worked with the lovely Sara to design & develop a new responsive theme bringing a fresh look and feel to her popular wedding photography site, with the focus on her strong portfolio and engaging personality.
Working for Joanne Munro, she wanted a new site to generate passive income from downloads of her guides to setting up as a Virtual Assistant. The brief was to create a clean, clear and engaging responsive website allowing people to find and download the information they needed.
Crafty Old Crow makes and sells knitted oddities, dolls and toys, amongst other things. I designed and built her website to showcase her work, and to use an extremely simple payment system that would be as easy for her to use as possible.
Expo Translate provide specialist translation services to the non-English speaking business community, ensuring that their business English is professional and correct. Working with designer Ollie Ball the brief was to create a multi-lingual site (initially for China only), that’s simple to use, and allows them to update every elements of the site.