Posts in the Portfolio category
02 May 2013 by
I've been busy on the CVW Web Design site recently where the News section has taken up quite a bit of my 'spare' time. In fact, I've surprised myself by writing a couple of articles a month
07 February 2013 by
I've been gradually refining the CVW Web Design site over the last few months and one of the decisions I've made was to start a News section. There were several reasons for doing this.
08 July 2011 by
There’s no such thing as a completed website because any website should be developed continuously. However, it has been good to ‘finish’ and launch two website projects over recent weeks. Here’s the first of those.
Allen Watson asked CVW Web Design to redesign and modernise their website and base the design on other marketing materials (for example, a CD featuring 3D animations of their drilling techniques).
20 April 2011 by
The Cliff at Bude is a medium-sized, family friendly hotel in Cornwall. In fact it's owned by some friends of mine. Basically, I look after their website and they put me up in a room from time to time!
21 February 2011 by
I’ve been reviewing CVW Web Design recently. It’s my main site, I want it to work as well as possible, and now seemed to be a good time to assess it (perhaps leading to a redesign). In this post, I’ll describe the process I am using. You may have alternative ways of doing this but here’s what I have done so far.
10 February 2011 by
At the end of last year, we finished a redesign of the Chess Dynamics website. It was a project that I really enjoyed working on for a number of reasons.
21 February 2009 by
We were asked to design a new website for The Professional Centre for Traditional Chinese Medicine for 2009. The new website launched last week.
10 November 2008 by
Pyzer Cleaning needed a simple website to replace an existing website that was not working for them.
30 October 2008 by
I run a couple of pub guide websites including Horsham Pub Guide. I've not had much time to add new pubs to the website in recent months but following a user's suggestion, I've added the Holmbush Inn.
24 October 2008 by
I set-up a shopping website about a year ago called Shop Junction. It used a product feed and API from those nice chaps at Affiliate Window. In fact, it was the first version of their Shop Window system that I used. The software allows you to showcase a very large product catalogue from many different online merchants on your website. If someone clicks through and buys, you get a percentage of the sale. Sounds good?!