This page lists some of my favourite projects. Have a look around and if you'd like to get in touch, my contact details are just below.
Robinsons Put On A Panto
PHP, Zend Framework
Lights! Trumpets! This site for Robinsons gives you everything you need to put on a panto at home. I was responsible for architecture and build of the backend, allowing users to save their progress, upload photos for their own poster and send out invites for the big night.
HTML, CSS, PHP, Zend Framework
Supporting an experimental month-long exhibition at the Jerwood Space, this site gathered information from various sources - Flickr, Twitter and the Jerwood blog. Built in conjunction with The Partners and Pete Goodman, each days posts were printed out to be added to the physical exhibition catalogue. You can get the full lowdown and see the resulting catalogue at the Creative Review blog.
Plum Baby make organic food for babies, this project was a ground-up overhaul of their original site. I did the technical design and build of the custom cms and online shop. I also worked with the front-end team to add (gracefully degradable) AJAX functionality throughout the site. Yum!
The sea-faring digital production crew at Pirata needed a new site to show off their wares. This custom-skinned WordPress installation has a few tricks up its sleeve, one example is the auto-generated background images for each post.
I built HTML templates (including some custom jQuery plugins) and worked with the CMS provider to integrate these templates into the site. A number of the technical decisions for this project were influenced by the fact that almost the entire site was to be content editable, and available in two languages.
HTML, CSS, PHP
An 'alternate content' page for users visiting the Portégé microsite without Flash enabled. Once the original page had been put together I built an in-house tool to read translations from an XML file, and output plain HTML localised for each country the site was launched in.
A new site for the UK division of JCDecaux built with accessibility in mind. I worked on the front-end code and built several sections of the custom CMS.
A simple HTML and CSS site built to support this multi-choice short film from Shelter UK.
PHP, Custom CMS
The Lifeplotter site allows you to plot your life on a curve. The backend allowed 'lifeplots' to be saved for later and included email notifications. The Flash work was done by the talented Joe Wheeler
Based on a script by Pete Goodman, I worked with Richard Hallows to rewrite it as a jQuery plugin, adding a couple of extra features on the way. The script allows you to overlay an image onto a page,
very useful for checking a build against the original designs.
HTML, CSS, PHP, Wordpress
The CST site was a mostly HTML build, it also includes a custom skinned Wordpress installation.
HTML, CSS, PHP, Custom CMS
Glowgetter is a beauty and health shop / magazine. The site includes Paypal integration and a custom built CMS for managing products and features.
Tonic Email Newsletter
Tonic's email newsletter, built the old fashioned way (with tables!) to be compatible with as many email clients as possible. The email was also featured on Campaign Monitor's design gallery.
PHP, Custom CMS
This Flash site has a custom built cms which makes use of AMFPHP, allowing the client to manage the content as they see fit.