I have worked closely with AVT Connect on a range of work over several years. I began by designing their printed brochure and editing presentations. I have also designed e-learning environments and websites for a range of their clients. More recently, I have designed logos and marketing for their Virtual meetings webcasting platform and developed a new logo and brand positioning for the company along with accompanying website, van livery, signage, stationery and literature. This has been a highly successful relationship. The perception of the company is now more in line with their current work in digital media and communication and means they can pitch their high quality production skills to ever-larger clients.
In partnership with a web developer, I have given an attractive front end to a website for a Bolivian animal charity whose client base is UK and US based. Meaning sun, stars and moon in 3 local Bolivian dialects the charity seeks to unite people in support of wildlife. In the first quarter after the update the revenue received by the charity doubled.
The charity had initially presented the charity workers as the focus of the site, I shifted attention to the animals making use of their own extensive photo library to showcase the endangered and beautiful animals rescued by the charity.
Connected with this work was a new logo for the Comunidad Inti Wara Yassi and also a variation on the logo for the Friends of Inti Wara Yassi.
This site was built as a gallery site for my father's excellent figurative and abstract painted works on religious and nature themes. The chief idea was to create a clean look suitable for showing such a diverse range of work that didn't visually favour one style above another.
An overhaul of this site is due in the next month or two to update content and allow for a larger viewing area for the images and the inclusion of an archive resource of older works.
Christian Artists is a small group of artists dotted about Britian brought together in common cause and to exhibit together annually. This site is the partner to those shows and acts as an online programme for visitors wanting to see more of/know more about or contact particular artists' whose work they have seen on show.
The datatbase of around 30 artists includes scupltors, printakers and painters. Along side this site members are sent a quarterly newsletter which I originally designed but that others now produce.
This is a marketing and booking site for a chalet in the Swiss Alps. Set high in the moutainside village of Wengen with stunning views of the Alps and the Lauterbrunnen valley, this site key asset is the vista from the Chalet. The main image for the site is an expandible image which fills the browser window width attempting to convey the scale of the view.
The booking facility is a link passing on handling to a local Swiss site so as to alleviate duplication of bookings.
Offington wanted a website to draw in people to the benfits of a local counselling service which although located at a religious institution would not judge or try to convert those coming to it. The site needed to show locality and present an open clean look which gave useful information, had a comprehensive Frequently asked question section and allowed the visually impaired equal access. This was achieved by buttons to enlarge text and for pages to be printed out in black and white and larger type.
The quick search drop menus allowed for information to be brought to the viewer based on first person statements.