This site was originally created by the client on Wix, but they thought it didn’t reflect the professional image they wanted.
I registered the new (non-Wix) domain name, sorted out hosting and introduced a number of features to improve the site.
They include: a brief video running as background to the key message on the home page; a link on each page allowing visitors to book a call via Calendly; and a blog post page (‘Free support’) to show off the client’s articles about social media.
The Wix version of the home page took about six seconds to load; this new one takes under one second!
This was a DIY WordPress site that I took over from the client. I transferred the domain name and hosting (saving a few hundred pounds!) and gave the site a facelift.
The client had some professional photos taken, which immediately gave the site a more personal feel.
I recommended, installed and set up the Booknetic online booking system to replace Amelia (which the client didn’t really like).
The site looks better and loads far faster than the original.
In addition, I created a new logo, business card and double-sided flyer – for a fraction of the price the client had been quoted by someone else!
Designed in conjunction with the MPR Steering Group, this site was created and is now (voluntarily) maintained by me. It’s hosted on Hostinger.
News items (largely sourced and written by me) are created as blog posts and appear on both the Home and the News pages.
They are also used in the group’s monthly newsletter, which I create in Mailchimp.
Another site that I took over from the original creator, this required significant work to update, with almost all the content being either re-written or created from scratch.
New content is added as part of the monthly support package the client subscribes to and I also manage the Foundation’s Twitter feed.
You can read more about this site on the Case Study page.
Created for someone who wanted to share images of walks in North Wales, this site is based around a gallery plugin for WordPress.
The client can simply add new images when they wish.
The font pairing of Barriecito and Trebuchet MS works well, giving the logo and page titles a distinctive look, while making menus and other texts easy to read.
With the client desperate to launch their new service, this one-page site was created from scratch in a weekend!
I registered the domain, set up the hosting package, designed the logo, and – after a bit of background research – wrote the texts for the FAQ.