This iconic bookshop wanted to have a a dynamic website where new books and DVDs could be updated on nearly a daily basis. As a strong pillar of the community my client also wanted to promote local events, book groups, and artists. Due to its complexity, I hand crafted this website in Muse.
Tessa Baker wanted a clean, simple yet elegant website and gave me a very detailed brief as to how she wanted each page to look. To achieve her goal I hand-crafted and designed her website in Muse.
Les Chats du Mercantour is a non-profit association that shelters abandoned or neglected cats. Apart from a photo gallery showing cats needing to be re-homed, a blog and PayPal donate button, my client also wanted the site to flip over to the French language. I chose Joomla as it was heavy-duty enough to give my client exactly what she wanted.
This is the first make-over to Anne Naylor Celebrant's original website which I created in Joomla. Anne wanted something elegant and pretty which she could update and look after herself. Wordpress was the idea platform and Anne loved this particular template which 'ticked all the right boxes.'
The first website I created for Revered Anne Naylor. Anne was looking for a platform where she could show her different fields of professionalism and also publish a blog and the articles she wrote for The Huffington Post. I decided that Joomla and Wordpress would be the perfect combination and workhorses.
A small start-up translation company commissioned me to create this three-page website. My client wanted something clean, elegant but simple with the added twist of the site being in three languages. A Wordpress template with modifications made to it.
In 2004 Cooking with Friends in France commissioned me to create a simple website to promote their culinary holidays in the South of France. The design and colour scheme was based on the gorgeous paintings a friend had created for them. In 2015 Kathy decided to sell Julia Child's old house and return to the USA but the new owners still plan on offering culinary retreats.
This is a small, hand crafted, website created in Muse. I see it more as an on-line brochure rather than a website. It contain information about me, a selection of client websites and a slide show presenting some of my photography.
AMB Cote d'Azur was originally created in Joomla in 2004 as it offered the exact magazine platform I was looking for then. In 2009 I decided Wordpress would be the better medium and I therefore transferred everything over to this new medium. It was a mammoth task but the results worth the work!
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