My portfolio displays projects produced either directly for clients, or via agencies (items linked accordingly).
Client: Architectural FX (2012)
Details: Architectural FX is the UK partner for LED Linear and Wibre, two of the top names in LED lighting solutions in Europe. They wanted to revise their website to encourage users to directly access the partner websites to view the product lines to avoid double entry issues. I produced a simple landing page which allowed instant access to the other sites whilst keeping the UK contact details visible.
Client: IDASS (2012)
Client: Wessex Coin (2012)
Details: Wessex Coin supplies gaming and amusement equipment across the world. Managing Director Chris Skelly got in touch to discuss how to start to implement digital marketing in their business.
It was agreed that a WordPress CMS website would be at the core of their approach, to allow them to load and update their content and product stock, as well as sell selective products online via PayPal. The blog will be used for both news and technical updates, supported by Twitter and in an email newsletter, to help build stronger relationships with existing customers. (more…)
Client: St Barnabas House and Chestnut Tree House Hospices for Article10 (2012)
Details: The Night to Remember midnights walks have helped raise nearly £1 million for the hospices over the last few years. For 2012 the decision was made to upgrade the CMS system managing the website/s.
The hospices chose to integrate these microsites into the Eddie CMS provided by Article10 which runs their main websites. I was involved in the original development of the CMS so was happy to get involved.
I produced the new sites and set up the functionality so that event registrations have PayPal integration (with Instant Payment Notification to reduce administration time) and offer registrants the options of automatically creating a JustGiving fundraising page (which was achieved via the new JustGiving API). There is also Facebook and Twitter connectivity. (more…)
Client: Synthetic Egg (2011)
Details: It’s always good to keep in contact at Christmas and the traditional way is the good old Christmas Card. Over recent years an email Xmas greeting has become recognised as a far more environmentally friendly, and indeed cheaper, way of sending out your yuletide messages. I like to keep clients informed about my plans around the holidays so this years card doubled as an update on opening hours as well as the simple reminder about the services I offer moving into 2012. (more…)
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