I completed this website for a taxidermist in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. Their old site was very clunky with confusing navigation and visually the images were of poor quality and did not show off their talents to potential clients. As their old site was unresponsive on mobile phones and tablets, I started from scratch with a new site. This included all the photography and editing, graphic design, copy and social media marketing. The taxidermist needed to communicate a large amount of information through the website including a lot of pages on different elements of the business. It was important that the navigation was simple and didn’t cause confusion with too many menu options.
I completed this website for a textile and soft furnishing artisan in Leamington Spa. I did all the photography and the editing of images as well as the graphic design elements. Louise’s old site was unresponsive on mobile and tablets, which meant it did not appear in search engines such as Google. As the site had been done years previously by another web designer, Louise had no way to update it or add recent work. The old website had very small, poor quality images so it was decided we would keep the new site consistent and only use new images that truly reflected Louise’s eclectic style.
I created this site for a new business venture which is the brainchild of Carol Clark. Carol’s business encompasses three elements, a tearoom, exhibition space and pop-up gallery as well as providing craft workshops. As the business is located near Dunsinane Hill, Scotland the images and copy I wrote for the site are linked to the Shakespearean play, Macbeth giving the site a quirky feel and allowing it to stand out against its local competitors. I finalised the overall logo and designed the site to have simple navigation and a contemporary feel keeping in line with Carol’s intended aesthetic for her new business.
This is my own website which is an example of a simple and affordable site for artists or art students who require an online portfolio. Unlike the other sites I wanted to create a very simple aesthetic, limited navigation options and an image-centred site that was consistent with my work.
I completed this dual language website for Adrian Rubio who is a freelance creative stylist based in Barcelona. As an internationally published artist, Adrian required a site that visually represented his flamboyant style while showing clients his creative versatility across make-up, fashion and styling.
I created this website for Peza Trust, a fundraising group based in Scotland who support children in Zimbabwe. The brief for this site included some graphic design elements such as designing the logo and developing their social media platform alongside the website.