This year’s Ideal Home Show at London’s Earls Court runs from Friday 15th March to Monday 1st April 2013. Top of most people’s lists of things to see will undoubtedly be The Prince’s House – an eco home built in a contemporary country style.
Supplying the lighting for The Prince’s House is SimplyLED, one of the UK’s largest online retailers of LED lighting and inventors of the NxtGen LED lighting series. Click here to view their range of outstanding LED lighting products.
To assist in building brand awareness SimplyLED approached me to design and develop a responsive web app that will adapt to a user’s mobile device. This web app will be accessible by scanning a QR code on t-shirts worn by the SimplyLED team at the event and the information leaflets that they will be handing out.
The responsive web app is intended to provide a talking point to engage potential customers and features links to all of SimplyLED’s social media handles, video testimonials streamed live from their YouTube channel and mobile enabled clickable telephone links to connect the customer directly with the dedicated SimplyLED customer service team.
Interested in viewing the SimplyLED web app? Click here to view on your Smartphone and be sure to say hello to the SimplyLED team at the Ideal Home Show.
I’m proud to announce the launch of the new Care HR Solutions website featuring an integrated Content Management System (CMS) and a responsive website design. This approach was selected to ensure that the website’s layout adapts to deliver the ultimate user experience and to satisfy the requirement for a cost effective mobile solution.
The CMS guarantees Care HR Solutions complete control over their website, enabling them to manage their site from one easy to use CMS. Updates to text, imagery, social media accounts, web pages and blog posts can be managed from within the CMS and delivered to the user on any device.
Care HR Solutions are a specialist HR and care advice consultancy based in Oxford. Their services include: Personal & Team Development, Conflict Management & Mediation, Discipline & Grievance Handling, Incident Investigation and Job Evaluation & Reward.
Why not head over to their website, take a look around and be sure to load the site up on your smartphone to witness the responsive layout in action.
This March the British Property Federation (BPF); backed by a number of backbench MPs re-launched their campaign to urge the Government and in particular the Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne to abolish the tax currently levied on empty property rates.
Dubbed the ‘Bombsite Britain Tax’, the empty property rates legislation causes millions of square feet of perfectly usable empty property to be demolished every year.
I was approached by the BPF to deliver a new website that would be the online focal point of this important campaign. The new site was to feature a Content Management System (CMS), blog, newsroom and social media integration.
Delivered in a matter of days and successfully launched on Friday 2nd March 2012 the new site has already received wide coverage in the national media.
The campaign is expected to run until the Budget on the 21st March 2012. To find out why the ‘Bombsite Britain Tax’ is not such a good idea check out bombsitebritaintax.co.uk.
December 2011 saw the closure of the PiA (Primary Immunodeficiency Association) an organisation that had existed to look after the interests of people with immunodeficiencies in the United Kingdom. This left a lot of people vulnerable and without representation.
Therefore, I decided to offer my web design skills to a group of fantastic people who were looking to setup a patient led association to replace the PiA.
After a lot of hard work it gives me great pleasure to announce the launch of UKPIPS.org.uk a new charity that will provide information, advice and support to people living with a Primary Antibody Deficiency (PAD) or any other Primary Immune Deficiency (PID).
In case you’re wondering, UKPIPS is an acronym for United Kingdom Primary Immunodeficiency Patient Support.
The new website features the tools to grow an online community around this charity, a donation system and a live Twitter feed.
Check out the new site, show your support and follow UKPIPS on Twitter.