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Here you’ll find the latest news and goings on. From time to time I post articles on code, new websites and business news.
BizEx are a Hampshire based company offering quality management services. The new website was designed and developed to detail each of the main services from BizEx, as well as display recent case studies in a blog format. I was also asked to design a new logo for the business, which was enjoyable as I had to chance to tie all the branding and colour scheme together for a well finished product. The site is also highly responsive, with a CSS3 powered menu, touch enabled slider and a show/hide sidebar system to manage screen space more effectively. You can view the finished product here.Find Out More
So, in December I had a radical overhaul of my work flow. I began coding my own core framework to use when developing with Wordpress. This includes a good responsive navigation, a content slider section and numerous widgets for showing related content, latest images and more. It's been a big task - 12hrs+ a day, week after week. This has now been implemented and further refined on four websites, all due to go live around the same time.Find Out More
It's been a stupendously busy start to the year for me. I've got several great projects on, and I'm building them on my very first CSS framework for Wordpress. It's brand new, and looking great. I've got several custom widgets and some pretty advanced functionality that I'm feeling very positive about. Harrier garden developments is the first website being build on this new code, and I'm looking forward to launching it soon!Find Out More
So, I thought it was about time I jumped on the band wagon and tried some "parallax" scrolling. Typically, you'll see then when you scroll down a page and some elements of the page move faster or slower than the scroll itself. This flashy effect is used to add more depth to a page, and seeing as this new Christmas menu for Lemongrass is fairly minimalist in design, I thoughts I'd try it here. I like the results! I took some snowflakes to make the background, and then laid more flaked (with a transparent background) over the top.Find Out More