Design portfolio

The websites below demonstrate examples of websites I have designed using technology such as Dreamweaver CS5, Javascript, jQuery, WordPress and Joomla.

Go To Design

Go To DesignMy remit was to produce a clean looking, uncluttered e-commerce website selling beautiful fine art and photographic prints.

Built using WordPress and using the WooCommerce store plugin, customers can search, browse and select multi-categorised images available at variable sizes and prices.

Much of the product information can be uploaded via a clever CSV importer, adding to efficiency and accuracy of product data.

The shopping cart give clear details of cart items. UK, European and Rest of World shipping costs automatically adjust according to customer's order details.

Payments are made securely via the PayPal website, with optional credit/debit card payments.

Displays customer's latest Twitter feeds and Pinterest images in sidebar.


North Trent Critical Care Education


This project included specific requirements which Joomla is well suited to and includes the following features:


Headway Sheffield

Headway SheffieldA small but effective website designed to inform adults with an acquired brain injury of local support groups and social events.







Burton Street Motors

Burton Street MotorsLooking for a low-cost, effective and informative website?

Hillsborough based Burton Street Motors immediately raised the profile of their long-established and successful garage by investing in an online presence.

Within ten days their website was complete and featured on the first page of Google search listings, thanks to careful SEO techniques.

This compact two-page website includes the following features:

A perfect example of a low-cost and good looking web presence!


Sheffield Mapped

Sheffield MappedSheffield Mapped is a project developed by myself with the aim of promoting businesses, community/not-for-profit and charitable organisations within the Sheffield region.

Sheffield boasts a wealth of skilled and professional individuals, traders, small businesses and large enterprises who deliver top quality services and products.

There also exist a large number of excellent community organisations which offer valuable support services to the local population, as well as a wide selection of interest groups such as local history, education, walking, climbing, cycling and conservation, to name but a few.

Sheffield Mapped places these businesses and community organisations on the map, allowing visitors to search for local businesses and community activities.

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Therapeutic Massage

Therapeutic massageA good example of a simple website where Fiona Jeffrey needed a minimum number of pages to describe her therapeutic massage and focusing practice, and provide details of venues and costs, together with links to venue maps.

The background image is one Fiona uses on her business card and offers a perfect backdrop for the website pages.

Inclusion of external links on the 'Massage and Focusing' page offer an additional useful resource.


British Neuro-oncology Society

British Neuro-oncology SocietyDesigned using Dreamweaver for a professional brain tumour society whose users include scientists, clinicians, allied health professionals, brain tumour charities, medical students and individuals working within the field of central nervous system tumours.

The client needed an informative and factually accurate website providing a useful resource for the brain tumour communities.

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European Association of Neuroscience Nurses

EANNThe European Association of Neuroscience Nurses required a membership based website to provide a shared resource for neuroscience nurses working throughout Europe.

An online member registration feature allows neuroscience nurses to sign up, permitting them access to password protected areas of the website.

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Non-Epileptic Attack Disorder

Non-Epileptic Attack DisorderWorking with a research psychologist and consultant neurologist, this comprehensive website built using Dreamweaver was designed with patients, carers, General Practitioners and Allied Health Practitioners in mind.

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Sheffield Music School

Sheffield Music SchoolA Dreamweaver built website aimed particularly at young musicians and also parents needing to be kept informed of activities. "Fun and funky" was in the design remit as a means of engaging the young audience.

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North of England Neurological Association

North of England Neurological AssociationDesigned using WordPress technology, the main purpose of this site is to publicise to members the details of the annual meeting and give access to the society newsletter.

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Ryder Briggs Neurosciences Research Fund

Ryder Briggs Neurosciences Research FundAdministered by the trustees since the research fund was established in the 1960s, this Dreamweaver built website now helps promotes the vision of the original benefactor, which was to promote neurosciences research in Sheffield following a personal loss.

With links to external neurological sites and details of how to donate to this cause, the vision is kept alive and the research potential grows.