This is a great project to be involved with. The site is content rich, and the multi-media galleries accomodate the wide variety of entries that the competition receives. There's some nice scaling of the layout too, and we got to work with beautiful drawings by John Byrne himself.
We built this site in collaboration with Gail Turpin Design. Sophisticated code and features abound: the pages scale (including type) to carefully set proportions for users browsers; cafe staff can easily arrange and update menus (and other pages) with clever automatic styling.
One of the UK's top book editors, Maggie McKernan, wanted a creative new website for her literary consultancy. Maggie's approachable style is reflected in our illustrated, friendly new site.
Anna needed a site to showcase her portfolio of illustrations. The new layout has personality, without distracting from the work. And we had some fun with a lively loading animation!
The clean and uncluttered layout of Angus' new site shows his beautiful photographs large-scale, and to their best advantage.
We were asked to build a visually interesting but easy-to-browse site for David's extensive artistic output.
The result is a quirky, individual interface.
Ann Buchanan commissioned us to build a colourful and lively brochure site for her varied programme of art and art history courses.
ambitious public art project needed a multi-media web presence to provide visitor information and an in-depth history of the sculptures.
We were asked to build a site that was simple to use and adhered to W3C Standards. Applicants can now easily access and download up-to-date information.
Adam knew how he wanted the site to look; we did the build and included some sophisticated full-screen slideshows to display his spectacular light installations.
With an archive of artworks covering more than 30 years, and clear design ideas, Elizabeth wanted a pared down layout that would efficiently display a large amount of content.
Writer Alice Maddicott needed a simple portfolio site, which we based around a specially commissioned illustration by