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Highslide JS

October 16th, 2008 | written by

Highslide JS a great script that takes all the hard work out of creating beautiful and dynamic thumbnail/pop-up presentations. With Highslide JS the developer Torstein Honsi, from Norway provides us a very compact yet comprehensive gallery-creation library. Torstein is continuously working on improvements and upgrades for the script and the Highslide JS website provides clear, […]

Category : Ajax &Javascript &Web design

Border Moves

October 16th, 2008 | written by Border Moves is a group of professional artists/teachers based in the Northwest. they visit primary schools in the region teaching dance and percussion forms of the African Diaspora. This website is a simple brochure site reflecting the African theme of their service. This site was created in valid XHTML Strict with 100% pure CSS […]

Category : Projects &Recent work &Web design

Google Adsense – The Land of Opportunism

October 16th, 2008 | written by

I love Google. I think Google is an excellent company, with an excellent ethos and most excellent products. Google has liberated and enabled many with its openness and generosity. But there is one thing I could never bring myself to thank Google for… I suppose it could be argued that Google can not really be […]

Category : Internet news &Opinion

St Andrews Primary School, Manchester

October 16th, 2008 | written by St Andrews Primary School in Manchester is the latest to adopt my special school website management system that I produce under the banner of Educational Web Design. The theme for this site was a real challenge in CSSÂ layout and design. I have managed to create a seamless expanding blackboard effect that works equally […]

Category : e-Learning &Projects

Educational Web Design

October 16th, 2008 | written by Educational Web Design is the brand under which I deliver my school website development services. Over the past few years, I have developed a unique website management system, design specifically with the needs of UK schools in mind. My goal was to produce a product that makes it as easy as possible for schools […]

Category : e-Learning &Projects &Web development

Health and Safety Executive

October 16th, 2008 | written by I worked for the HSE as a contract Web Designer for nine months. It was great to have the opportunity to work on one of the UK’s largest pubic sector websites that constantly ranks higher than all other UK government websites in the Site Morse league table for quality and accessibility. This work required […]

Category : Accessibility &Projects &Public Sector &Web design

Oakridge Online

October 16th, 2008 | written by The Oakridge Centre is a prestigious Cheshire-management training consultancy with such clients as AstraZeneca, Molnyke, City College Manchester,Friends Provident, United Utilities and more… Oakridge approached me in 2006 to help them realise the expansion of their training provision to an online and blended learning model. I was initially responsible for setting up a Moodle-based […]

Category : e-Learning &Moodle &Projects &Recent work

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