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I've worked with Nuno and Karen for a while now. They wanted a website to raise awareness for the gambling addiction retreat they're creating in Portugal.
They came to me as they were starting out. They simply wanted something cost effective that enabled them to get a presence online.
Paul came to me looking for a bespoke website. He liked the idea of using WordPress, but wasn't interested in using a pre-built theme. He was also after something a little different than the "typical" tech company website as Jungo was doing things differently.
Gilles Recruitment wanted to transition from a website they'd created themselves to a fresh website that would help them grow, while also being cost effective. I customised a WordPress theme for them, adding additional CSS styling code to add individuality.
Additionally, I helped them by installed a few carefully selected plugins to automate as much as possible to ensure they were able to manage the website largely themselves.
Sometimes I like to stretch my design and development legs at the weekend. I came up with a fake management consultancy firm, Ion Innovation, who operate in the scientific sector.
I created a brief for myself, and a small bio of the company so I could treat it like a real project. Small side projects like this can be useful if I want to try out a new technique or technology before implementing it in a read project.
This was another side project that allowed me to stretch my legs a little. I also wanted to try out some parallax effects.
I created a fake company again, including a brief and set about designing an About/Company Story page.