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Website Design / www.rumetsoc.com
Website for the Reading University Meteorology Society.
Website Design / www.studiolack.co.uk
Family studio website.
Online App Development / Project Website
Joint development of a user-editable online version of the Memory Game.
Funded by the Institute for Advanced Teaching and Learning (IATL) at the University of Warwick.
I was responsible for design decisions and coding, primarily for the back-end editing section, as well as assisting in running user-testing sessions and workshops.
Music / Cover of 'Lighthouse' by Lucy Spraggan
A cover of 'Lighthouse' by Lucy Spraggan.
Performed by Adam & Mary Lack.
Website Design / www.adamlack.com
Personal website, showcasing photography and design work.
Website Design / www.uwac.co.uk
University of Warwick Archery Club website, designed & built.
The website primarily functions to provide information about the club in clear & appealing way, and as a method of accessing the extensive records of the club such as as up-to-date handicaps & event dates, and archives of scores.
It was also important that members of the exec could edit all content and post news to the front page themselves.
Website Design / www.mitchcallow.com
Musician portfolio website, designed & built to client specifications.
Although a relatively simple portfolio site, purposed to showcase the music and provide contact details, this project was made more challenging by the requirement of a randomly chosen video background.
Mitch has made some great music - have a listen!
Music / Cover of 'Drive Darling' by Boy
A cover of 'Drive Darling' by Boy. Performed by Adam & Mary Lack.
Website Design / www.adamlack.com/whissile.co.uk
Rocketry project website, designed & built.
The Whissile is a project to build a 'whisky-powered rocket' I have been involved with. The website's purpose is to promote the project and track its progress.
Website Design / www.beachguitar.co.uk
Guitar tuition website, designed & built to client specifications.
The client specified a clean, minimal look, punctuated by a colourful heading (featuring their own images) selected at random on each visit. The ability to edit the content themselves was a further requirement.