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!
Posts Tagged ‘freelance’
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.
This CMS driven website was designed and built for the owner of a beauty-therapy company. There wasn’t much content last time I checked, but the site design is worth a quick look nonetheless.
The Selenia site was created for University West of England to give teachers and pupils a fun science learning resource. There are lots of beautifully drawn comics available (created by a third party), along with supporting minigames and other stuff.