When Osteopath Charlie Bannigan needed a new website he came to me on the recomendation of Complete Physiotherapy who I had previously done a website for. Originally called Joy Lane Osteo, he needed a rebrand to Joy Lane Clinic to allow for his expansion plans. After designing the new logo, I then designed various marketing ads and fliers as well as the new website.
Although London City Physiotherapy had offered Pilates as a therapy before, they now needed a seperate brand to promote their range of Pilates classes in their purpose built studio in their new premises. A link to the established MindBody online booking software provided them with the ability to manage the bookings and payment themselves.
Christina Brandenburg wanted a really simple website to offer concise information about her service and a portfolio of her projects. Using her existing logo and colours, I produced this website with it's clean lines and simple navigation. The projects are presented with a slideshow with thumnails to enable users to select an image.
Having designed their 18 page FastAeron brochure and
bi-monthly e-newsletters, Wellworking then asked me to design their new website, which was then developed by Redwire. I created a fresh new design that would reflect the quality and look of the manufacturers that they feature e.g. Herman Miller, Vitra and Hag.
Matrics wanted a website that acted as an online portfolio of their projects and a brief summary of the services they offer. I included a slideshow of images on the home page and a slideshow with filmstrip on the project pages to offer the user the opportunity to select what images they wanted to see.
Complete Physiotherapy's previous website was built in Flash and so was difficult to update and also wasn't getting good search engine results. The new website that I built is fresh and uncomplicated and is performing very well in search engine listings and is easy to keep updated.
Croft Structural Engineers needed a new website to promote their growing business as well as to act as an information resource for prospective clients and business associates. I also designed and produced an e-newsletter and leaflet promoting the Croft team.
I designed and hand coded this website to the latest W3C standards, with accessibility and search engines in mind. The design sets out London City Physiotherapy's key services in a clean, professional way and has resulted in a steady increase in clients from within a month of the website going live.
I designed this website for a carnaby street boutique selling funky unstructured clothing to the sounds of Jimi Hendrix! It needed a quirky, fun look to reflect the Bexy Lady experience and Pumpkin Pie developed the website, added a great video and the fun flashes when you rollover the 'polaroids'.
ReggaeMasters is a Reggae music specialist with a retail shop in Croydon. They needed a new branding for the shop signage and for various marketing ads and leaflets. The website needed to inform people of this shop but also to direct them to their Amazon storefront for their CD's, their EBay storefront for their Vinyl and Culture Wear, and their Facebook page for gigs and events.
A simple website was required giving details of the range of services offered and animated slideshows of example projects.