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9 January 2020

All Purpose, based near Melton Mowbray in Leicestershire were looking for a revamp to their existing ecommerce website, currently in...

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15 September 2019

Leicester based software company Signature Learning & Development asked me to design and build a new website for their flagship...

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7 March 2019

Fabulous work by Jo Bradley helping children and teachers in primary schools with their mental wellbeing. Ongoing work including website,...

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4 March 2019

Nestled in the village of Syston, near Loughborough is a company that’s quietly making a success of sourcing and manufacturing...

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15 October 2018

a long standing client of mine, Robin Nugent Architects, have a couple of revamps over the last few years –...

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24 July 2018

A nice image I saw on social media the other made me think and smile - as it can relate to my own work.

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25 April 2016

I retro fitted a fluid layout to BW's website, so it looks the same as it ever did on a full sized browser on a computer, but fits so much nicer on a mobile phone now. Google approves and is now deemed 'mobile friendly' in their search rankings.

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1 February 2016

I worked on a number of projects for Hillarys Blinds at the end of 2015 - none of which had anything to do with blinds! The team at Hillarys were very forward thinking with SEO, and were looking to build a number of microsites and social media campaigns that were only indirectly linked to Hillarys.

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10 July 2015

I worked only last year on a completely new website for Central Systems based in Leicester, as they wanted to...

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15 April 2015

I've worked on a number of websites that sit under the main brand, two of which are The Equalities Toolkit and Healthy FE. I was asked to go back to these two sites which launched a while back, to ensure they work well on smaller screens and mobiles. They weren't at the time built for responsive.