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Otee – HTML5 Game

Inspired by the likes of Indie Game: The Movie and Noclip, I’ve recently decided to have a go at designing and building a basic HTML5 / WebGL game. Luckily the Phaser library gives a huge amount of help in getting a basic game up and running, taking care of a lot of the physics and … Continued

RatherAweso.me – Live

With this new project I’ve decided to keep things simple and create a clean, sweet-smelling website to show off… me. Ratheraweso.me is a purposely slimmed-down and easy to navigate promotional tool that allows the user to move between pages smoothly using PJAX and CSS animations. The main visual concept is about breaking myself down into … Continued

The Black Lodge – Live

To continue my recent run of experimentation and fun-time-creativity, I’ve created a website to celebrate the return of Twin Peaks. The website focuses on the inhabitants of The Black Lodge and is primarily an experiment in smooth transitions between pages / URLs as well as an opportunity to focus on imagery and typography. Users can … Continued

Qwota 3 – Live

Recently I’ve spent some time redesigning and rebuilding my quotes website: Qwota.co.uk to allow for improved UI/UX. Qwota itself is a simple ‘application-style’ website that allows people to add their favourite or most inspiring quotes from a film, a song, a book, a poem, tv… pretty much anything. Each quote comes with further information about … Continued

LaurenRickards.com – Live

LaurenRickards.com is the online art portfolio for, yes, Lauren Rickards – and is now up and alive and running about around the webs. Lauren is a budding artist / creator based in the North West of England. She’s currently studying Art & Design in St. Helens and is hoping to go on to study at … Continued

Nonbeliever II – Live

‘Nonbeliever’ is the name I gave to the music stuffs I create in my spare time. I recently decided to give the original site an overhaul to keep it fresh and interesting. It also tries out a few things I haven’t used before in my design and development projects. You can click the button below … Continued

Your Web Film – Live

Your Web Film were looking for a fresh, modern website to best show-off their services. The company consists of an experienced team of creative agency Account Managers, Videographers and Technicians with a distinctive mission: to make fresh, affordable, broadcast-quality promotional films for small business. With a two week turnaround, they were looking for a modern … Continued

FretMap – Live

In a quick break from my daily duties I’ve decided to create FretMap –  a tiny web application built to help people master the guitar. The application works by allowing them to easily visualise the notes on a fretboard in all keys and in a number of different scale. It’s also lightweight and responsive (and … Continued

Rose Does Art – Live

Rose Does Art is a small, simple and responsive website I designed and built for Illustrator Rose Greenfield in between other recent projects. The main goal of the website is to allow the work of the illustrator to shine through as clearly as possible, allowing people to enjoy the content and move fluidly through the … Continued

WeConvene Holding Page – Live

Today the responsive holding page for the WeConvene project that I’m currently working is up and live to the world. It’s reasonably hush-hush at the moment, so I won’t go into much detail about the project itself (information can be found on the holding page), but the scope of the holding page was to design … Continued

Ampersand Commerce – Live

I was approached recently by Ampersand Commerce Ltd. and was asked if I would be interested in building and integrating into WordPress their responsive redesign for their new company website. And so I did that, and now it’s all up in your internetz. It’s nice to take on coding-only projects occasionally as it lets you … Continued

The Incredibly Annoying Search Engine – Live

In my spare time recently I’ve been working on a experimental little  side project which provides pretty much no beneficial outcome to anyone who would use it; I call it: The Incredibly Annoying Search Engine. The idea came earlier this year when I became very frustrated with a website that asked me to enter information and … Continued

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