The Felix Project
The Felix Project is a charity based in London who feed the needy. They collect food that the supermarkets can't or won't sell and distribute it to other charities; to enable them to provide healthy meals and help the vulnerable. Working from supplied designs, I built the front end of the site and integrated it with Craft CMS. Work completely on behalf of Gasp.
This fullscreen, sidescrolling website is designed to showcase Microsoft's latest line of Surface hardware. We wanted to tell the stories of the hardware in an engaging way that stood out from the crowd, and settled on a fullscreen panel-based design, which works across multiple platforms and screen sizes. Designs provided by Gasp.
The Abbey School
The Abbey School is one of the leading independent girls schools in the UK. They have a huge amount of information for parents and pupils, as well as multiple blogs and authors, and encourage staff and pupils to contribute to the website.
Working closely with the school, we built a site which makes it easy for everyone to write for the site, find what they're looking for, and draw attention to key information such as school closures, new articles and featured profiles.
Daryl is a rare combination of intelligent, calm, and approachable.
Forty8 Developments needed a parent website to showcase all of their property development sites, provide information on the company, and bring all of their diverse developments under unified branding. Working on behalf of Hunter Design using their PSDs, I created a content editable, responsive website which brings their child sites together.
He is approachable, knowledgeable and skilled and will continue to be one of my most trusted suppliers.
Globe Business Park
Globe Business Park in Marlow is an initiative by Groundwork South to connect and bring together a community of all the businesses on the park. The website has helped to do this by providing information, organising meetings and unifying the park's branding.
The site enables people to register for information, meeting notes, book places on events a blog and a job vacancies listing.
Daryl was unfazed by my lack of knowledge and talked me through each stage of the process until we ended up with the finished product that I am very pleased with.
Ebiz Promotion are a local SEO agency who needed their website to be responsive, and easier for their clients to find information.
I migrated their site from WordPress to Craft CMS, which made it easier for them to update their content and SEO themselves. The site is also much clearer in how they present themselves and their work.
Enigma Visual Solutions
This project was all about optimisation. Enigma's original site was built in WordPress and causing them major headaches. Pages were taking over 10 seconds to load, and updating the site was problematic. I rebuilt the site in Craft to their specific requirements and rebuilt the codebase for speed. Article on optimisation coming soon!
Clare Norrish Interior Design
Clare Norrish is a local interior designer with some beautiful projects to show off. Her previous site on WordPress was difficult to update and was a barrier to keeping her site relevant. I migrated the site to Craft CMS, gave her the tools needed to update her SEO herself, and provided a platform to really show off her work.
The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
The new CIArb website was to be based on their existing branding, update the site to make it fully responsive and to add extra functionality for bookings. The site is now being used on a daily basis by hundreds of members to book places at events, manage their account and pay for tickets. The site is fully responsive, content managed and has revitalised their events management.
We are utterly delighted with the website Daryl's built for us and working with him was a pleasure.
Excelda Precision are a family business who buy and sell Wickman second hand machine tools. Their new website makes their craft easier to understand, more engaging, and removes the previous barriers to get in touch with them.
This project had a time-critical very short deadline to get the site live. Through clear communication and collaboration with the team, I worked from the supplied designs and had their new site up and running in time.
Kinnective are a team of physiotherapists who have designed and manufactured a revolutionary tool for their craft. They also run courses worldwide on elite sport and on how to use their Kinnective tool more effectively. The site has helped them to gain traction in the marketplace, raise awareness and get more people coming to their courses.
This ecommerce site allows them to sell their Kinnective tool both in the UK and abroad and to organise and take payment for courses they're running. This project runs on Craft Commerce and has made it so much easier for them to manage their selling online, keep track of events, and stay in close contact with their clients.
Amazing - you are a total legend!
Starting a website project can sometimes be a daunting task. If you've got questions about how it works, or if you've got all your plans laid out in front of you and just need someone to build it; I'd love to talk to you.Get in touch