Web Site Portfolio
It's early days yet as I've only just set up shop. I'm currently working on new projects due for upload in the very near future.
Equipped with basic source material, I can develop sites like those featured below in 2 to 3 working days. In the absence of a dedicated web development team, the best sites are created through close client and web developer co-operation.
The Living Fuel Europe site features a full shopping cart system allowing online purchases and a bespoke content management system to facilitate editing of text, pictures and product details. Customers may easily add and remove items from their shopping cart, switch between euros and pounds Sterling, before proceeding to create a customer account and place their order via a secure server. Visitors may also switch between introduction and product descriptions in Spanish and English. The site benefits from a versatile XHTML design, taking full advantage of cascading stylesheets and resizing to fill screen sizes between 800x600 and 1024x800.
The Fife Supported Living Services site is built entirely with object-oriented PHP and a MySQL database to strict XHTML standards and, given its target audience, with a clear focus on accessibility, with seamless switching between text-only and graphics-enhanced front-ends,and the integration of streaming audio and video as well as slide shows to accompany the textual content.
The site has a site-wide search facility, a staff forum and a content management system enabling adminstrators with essential word-processing skills to easily update text, apply basic formatting and upload digital photographs with automatic resizing.
This site features a full shopping cart system allowing online purchases and a content management system to facilitate editing of text, pictures and product details.Customers may easily add and remove items from their shopping cart before proceeding to place their order via a secure server.
All data is stored in a MySQL database and assembled via an object-oriented PHP class. The site benefits from a versatile design, taking full advantage of cascading stylesheets and resizing to fill screen sizes between 800x600 and 1024x800.
Representing the long and honourable history of the Clan MacLeod Society of Scotland, this site features a Wysiwyg content management system allowing the society's editor to easily update text, add, remove and replace pictures as well as update events listings.
All data is stored in a MySQL database and assembled via an object-oriented PHP class. Pictures may display either aligned to in columns at the top right or top left or as slide shows. The site benefits from a versatile design that resizes to fill screen sizes between 800x600 and 1024x800, the most popular today. Thoroughly tested on Mozilla Firefox, MSIE 6.0 and Opera 7.0, it takes full advantage of cascading stylesheets with tartan patterns tiling vertically on either side and an alternative print style sheet reproducing only the main body.
A simple but intelligently designed site dedicated to the history of a renowned ecclesiastical family with a selection of digitally restored 19th century photographs, sketches and paintings. Customisable layout is controlled by cascading stylesheets, retaining a vintage feel with advanced use of XHTML, intuitive navigation and accessible enlargements. The design spreads ideally over the increasingly popular 1024x768 screen size, while still being easily viewable at lower resolutions.
Living in Fife Directory: Part of the SHOW or Scottish Health On the Web site, this online service comprises details of over 400 organisations and voluntary groups concerned with mental healthcare, education and counselling throughout Fife as well as wider afield in Scotland and the UK.
This infomration-centred site has high and low-graphics frontends, a search utility and an update request form. It is optimised for a resolution of 800x600 or high, but the main pane stretches or shrinks to fit the full screen width.
The SAY Project is an ground-breaking initiative supporting people with learning disabilities in Fife. To cater for different audiences he Web site has two main interfaces, a text-only section for users with sensory impairments as well as a flash site. Built in PHP the site allows some user-interaction with a guestbook and online newsletter subscription service.
Puddledub Pork and Fifeshire Bacon is a farm-based producer of traditional Scottish bacon, pork, hams and gammon. The flash-free site using stylesheets for layout is optimised for a 800x600 pixel screen size and features an online price list and picture descriptions. The rounded corners are designed to match the company's well-established oval logo.
PHAD is a small charity catering for the needs of children and adults within the high-functioning autistic spectrum. With a few subtle graphics, this mainly text-based, framed site features a user-friendly static navigation bar and a PHP-based guestbook and an interactive Flash-based hangman game. It contains a wealth of research, advice and articles on Asperger's Syndrome.
The Get Along Gang brings together children and teenagers across Fife, Scotland, with a wide range of hearing impairments. The new site aims to serve as a focal point for youngsters involved in the group and as a means of raising funds to pay for the charity's essential services.
The frameless site adheres to simple design criteria but uses CSS2 stylesheets for both layout and formatting, but features flash-enhanced and flash-free headers.