Client: Clare Greenstreet (2010/2011)
Details: Clare is a food guru who, when she isn’t coming up with new recipes or styling food for the top food photographers, can be found supporting a wide range of well known celebrity foodies on TV and Radio with presentations and demonstrations.
She was referred to me and her brief was for a simple, sleek and green website to promote her services and show off her work via a portfolio, and that’s exactly what she got.
“Thanks very much John – I’m really pleased it looks great. Simple, sleek & green exactly as I wanted. Great to work with you, very smooth & easy & I’ll pass your details on to anyone else I can. A pleasure doing business with you.”
Clare Greenstreet, owner of Greenstreet Food Ltd.
Client: DAV Management for Article10Design (2006-2011)
Details: DAV is an independent project and programme management company. In late 2010 DAV decided the time was right for a new skin for their Eddie CMS website, as well as a new WordPress blog, as part of a rationisation exercise to help communicate their competitive advantages.
I worked on most aspects of this project from the consultation through to delivery creating a very different look for for the company which helps differentiate them from their competition.
Client: Claudia Riccio (2010)
Details: Claudia is a creative commercial photographer with over 10 years experience working with a wide range of clients. She needed a website portfolio to fit her brand and distinct preferences. I created a clean, easy to use portfolio site that fitted her requirements perfectly.
“John has provided digital marketing and website services to me for a number of years and I’ve been delighted with both the advice provided and the quality of work delivered. I’d definitely recommend him to anyone needing creative services.”
Claudia Riccio, Owner, Claudia Riccio Photography Ltd.
Client: ControlCircle for Article10 (2010)
Details: ControlCircle promoted events and corporate hospitality they were running to their account managers and selected clients and needed a microsite to showcase the upcoming events. I designed and built the core site through Article10, which the client then updated manually through their inhouse team.
Client: Sarah Britten Jones for Designation (2010)
Details: Sarah Britten-Jones is a British visual artist with a background in ceramics. Some of her work involves the process of appropriation, where something is taken and changed very slightly in order to create a new piece with new meanings, so her website has been designed to look similar to the website of a large well-known global furniture store. The site is built in WordPress and acts as Sarah’s portfolio and her blog.
“John is a very intelligent designer, with a thorough understanding of his subject and always responds promptly and effectively to queries.”
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