Website Design

Case Studies

1. Pen Jones Cartoons

Custom website developed from scratch to detailed specification by the artist.

Colour Scheme

Colour scheme developed in harmony with key drawing provided by artist.

Event photography

Photography of a wedding event.

Close artist input

Website design developed closely with the artist through iterative steps to ensure full alignment with his vision. 

Image edits

Improvement and harmonisation of mobile phone images provided for the website.

Vectorisation

Conversion of drawings into vectors to be used on the website and as part of the logo.

2. Quinton Carpets

Custom website developed from scratch to open specification.

Colour Scheme

Colour scheme built on existing colours on van and shop.

Photography

Photography of carpet fitting, staff, shop and products.

Logo recreation

Digital logo created from existing image of logo on the van (no digital file available).

Content Development

Support writing the website content based on existing Facebook material, conversations and research.

3. Airston Photographic

Website developed based on WordPress template to detailed specification by the client.

Site re-vamp

Creation of high-impact site, retaining original content but improving appearance.

Logo

Logo creation based around ideas from the client.

News

Easy-to-use content creation system displaying as professional news feed. Set up to be managed by client.

External Shop

Integration of external shop within site.

4. Smethwick Photographic Society

Website developed based on WordPress template, structuring and re-creating a large amount of content.

Site re-vamp

Creation of modern site while keeping original structures, known user journeys and club requirements intact.

Automatic Calendar & Countdowns

Integration with Google Calendar, automatically displaying upcoming events. Inclusion of countdown timers.

Web Shop

Creation of integrated web shop linked up with club’s PayPal.

Website Identity

Creation of site logo based on club’s existing materials.