The Royal Mail have Wallace and Gromit on their Christmas Stamps this year. You can also use this handy tool to create your own face in Wallace and Gromit clay style. I didn’t design or even do all of the build on this one, but came in late to the project to help bring it in for the deadline.
Archive for the ‘Websites’ Category
The Weston Super Mare Motor Club (WSMMC) is organising a brand new rally event in 2011. To help promote the event, they wanted this website created to compliment a print-flier given out at a local enthusiasts day, as well as over the year before the event itself.
The Hazard Perception Challenge is the best place on the web to practice for your official DSA driving theory test! Buy a course and get stuck in straight away. Now with new, improved look and feel throughout, the site is easier to navigate than ever.
Create yourself a witty t-shirt in the style of Frankie Goes To Holywood’s famous RELAX. Choose the wording and colours, and you can enter the competition, download the design as a jpeg and even print a t-shirt transfer to make the design up for yourself. You lucky people.
The site you’re currently looking at underwent a fairly major update from an old fashioned HTML site (created many years ago) to a whizzy new WordPress powered affair. All done in-house by the Locksmiths Chelmsford of course, and I’ll be posting any newly completed work here. Feel free to subscribe to the RSS feed to keep up to date, or browse through whatever sections you wish.
Another experiment in advertising. This handy single-serving URL is so easy to remember that we’re hoping lots of people return to it whenever they need an online stopwatch. It’s easy to use, contains just the features you need and looks fab. Spread it far and wide, please!
The Fit4Anything website supplies mental health assessments for urban youngsters at risk of taking the wrong path.
I inherited this website for the small book seller MG Books. It was in a bit of a state, but with a tiny budget made it presentable and editable via a CMS that the owner can use. The site had a geeklog CMS before that only half-worked, and was too complex for the owner to work with reliably.