Posts Tagged ‘portfolio’

Portfolio: Corzano e

// January 26th, 2010 // No Comments » // Web

A trilingual WordPress site built for the Corzano e Paterno farm in Tuscany, producing prize winning wines, olive oil and cheeses. It’s an old farm in the hills that used to be owned by the Machievellis, which now has a lovely set of guest houses you can rent through the site.

Corzano e Paterno site - wine page

Picasa photo album integration:

Corzano e Paterno site - example photo album

The site features a blog, press clippings, downloads of publications which have featured the farm’s wines, and other news:

Corzano e Paterno site - news page

This is integrated into a database of each year’s wines and cheeses:

Corzano e Paterno site - cheese page

Portfolio: web site

// September 13th, 2009 // 1 Comment » // Web

I’ve just finished a quick hack of Typebased, a free WordPress theme from Woo Themes, to nicely frame Youtube videos for web site

We decided that starting from someone else’s theme was the only way to get a site up and running on a shoestring budget.

The header photo is one I took from the top of Centrepoint at dawn, carefully edited to remove any iconic London buildings and convey the sense of an unknown city coming to life.

Portfolio: Temono web site

// November 15th, 2008 // No Comments » // Web

Just completed a rebrand for Telecomms PR outfit Temono, including a WordPress-based web site, Powerpoint .pot template and related collateral:

Temono web site - screenshot

The site features a blog, customer case studies and all of the standard static content you would expect.

Portfolio: Masabi web site

// August 14th, 2008 // 1 Comment » // Web

I’ve just finished designing the new site for Masabi, as the old site had hit a number of structural and organisational limits.  The new site explains our full range of secure transactional mobile phone applications, EncryptME technology, press section, etc wrapped up in an XHTML template:

Masabi web site

The CSS is designed to not only offer standard features like a clean print-friendly variant, but also to be targeted at the viewing device with custom CSS variants delivered to iPhones, S60 smartphones and simpler mobile handsets – each of which customises the viewing experience for smaller screens and removes high bandwidth items like large images.  Targeted CSS is delivered using Masabi’s DeployME server, which uses some cunning algorithms I cooked up to identify a handset from its User-Agent and related headers.

Masabi news page

The site also now fully incorporates the Masabi blog, Masabists, currently run through Blogger (though this will change when I have time).

Masabi ticketing page