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yourperformer.co.uk

October 24th, 2009 | written by

I was responsible for project-managing a variety of enhancements and bespoke modifications to this very original Joomla-based auction website. yourperformer.co.uk brings together musical artists and event organisers in a unique setting where artists compete for gigs. The website utilises the Communty Builder and a third-party reverse auction component.

Category : Blog &Joomla &Web development

Hugh Baird 360 degree feedback

October 24th, 2009 | written by

Hugh Baird college are the latest organisation to take part in the Moodle-based 360 degree feedback assessment that I have developed on behalf of Oakridge Training and Consulting.

Category : 360 degree feedback &Blog &e-Learning &Education &Moodle &Public Sector &Web development

360 degree feedback tool

August 9th, 2009 | written by

I have just begun a major development project on behalf of Oakridge Online for one of their largest pharmaceutical clients.

Category : Blog &e-Learning &Featured Work &Moodle &php &Projects &Recent work &Web development

Anime e-cards

July 19th, 2009 | written by

e-cards are a great way to keep in touch with friends and family. japanga.co.uk offers a great free service for sending anime e-cards quickly and easily without registration and it’s completely free. Make your selection from over 4,000 anime wallpapers and send your anime e-cards to up to 5 people at a time. send your […]

Category : Blog &Must-see websites &Projects &Social networking &Web design &Web development

Sefton court bed and breakfast

July 7th, 2009 | written by

Sefton┬ Court is a Michelin approved bed and breakfast in Llandudno, North Wales. David White of Whitekite design, a close working partner of mine, won the contract to redesign the hotel website and he asked me to develop the front-end online booking system with room availability checker together with a back-end booking management application. Having […]

Category : Blog &MySQL &Partners &php &Projects &Recent work &Web development

playpics

July 7th, 2009 | written by

playpics is a new subscription website for teachers. This new educational resource offers a large library of original images designed specially to support the primary school curriculum. The basis of this project involves a lot of image manipulation and database development while the later phases are to feature more web 2.0 online community functionality. As […]

Category : Blog &e-Learning &Featured Work &MySQL &php &Projects &Recent work &Social networking &Web development

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

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

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

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