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WordPress theme – Allotment blog

May 24th, 2009 | written by

Allotments are becomming extremely popular in the UK. A couple of years ago I was lucky enough to secure a plot for my family in Levensulme, Manchester. If it interests you, you can see a commentary of our activity with photos at the ChonanClegg Allotment Blog. I created the blog in WordPress and designed the […]

Category : Blog &CSS &Web development

The evolution of content

May 19th, 2009 | written by

A work collegue brought this to my attention. I thought it was so moving that just had to share it.

Category : Blog &e-Learning &Opinion

Airstone

March 18th, 2009 | written by

Airstone is a visual design partnership based in Liverpool who’s vision it is ‘to produce exciting and unexpected work that gets results’.I worked with Airstone on the CSER ┬ website converting their graphic design into a fully functional Joomla website. We are currently working┬ on a number of other projects together. Lucy Martin has 10 […]

Category : Blog &Joomla &Partners &Web design &Web development

japanga.com

March 4th, 2009 | written by

Launched on the 3rd of March 2009, japanga.com is a new website for anybody crazy about Japanese pop culture. In particular anime art, J-pop and J-rock. The ultimate goal of this website is to provide free, easy access to the greatest collection Japanese paraphernalia on the web. The site is still very young, so there […]

Category : Blog &Featured Work &Projects &Recent work &Social networking &Web design &Web development

Blended learning

February 25th, 2009 | written by

The Oakridge Centre in Cheshire has embraced Moodle for their Online Learning Management System. I was comissioned to intall and configure the site for them and continue to administer it and provide e-learning and technical support. ‘Blended learning is the combination of multiple approaches to learning. For example:- self-paced, collaborative or inquiry-based study. Blended learning […]

Category : Blog &e-Learning &Moodle

Languages and Language Settings in Moodle

February 12th, 2009 | written by

Knowing different languages is always an added advantage. If our website is able to communicate with people of different languages, globally the popularity of the website would go up. With Moodle, we have the option of making our site more interactive as it offers support for different languages. In this article by William Rice, we […]

Category : Blog &Books &e-Learning &Moodle &Tutorials

Latest Joomla! Website – CSER

January 24th, 2009 | written by

The Centre for Solar Energy Research is working on a Feasibility Study sponsored by the Welsh Assembly Government and hosted by Glynd┼Ár University. I was commissioned to develop a Joomla! theme based on the designs of Lucy Martin of Aristone Studio. I also manage the domain name cser.org.uk and provide Joomla! support and training through […]

Category : Blog &Featured Work &Joomla &Public Sector &Technology &Web design &Web development &Web hosting

Digital photography blog

January 18th, 2009 | written by

Visit my new digital photography blog.

Category : Blog &Uncategorized

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