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.
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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.
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.
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.
You have just 30 seconds to anticipate your opponent’s thoughts, give your troops orders and move them into position in this multiplayer ballistic fighting game. Then everyone opens fire, and another turn starts.
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.
Combine the best stats of all the fighters on Nuts TV into one super-character, then use him to beat all comers in this Top-Trumps style game.
Uh oh, it’s a button-basher. The default idea when no other game concept springs readily to mind.