I was approached to do a simple but punchy Drupal 7 site with a bespoke mobile-friendly theme for a local company of demoltion and salvage experts. They wanted to show off their cool machinery and expertise while ensuring they climb up the search engine rankings for searches in their field.
This site is all about sustainable design and new ides for your home, and as such it needed a warm, stylish look and crisp-looking functionality. The client had a strong sense of what they wanted, so converting this into a Drupal theme and extending their vision across views, panels, pages, fields and images was the main task.
An online store based on Drupal and Ubercart for a good friend who runs his own jewellery business. I built a custom Drupal theme and set up many views, panels and content types to support his varied product ranges.
A simple content managed website for my plumber friend. It's set up to allow him and his staff to be able to update it with news, testimonals or photos of their projects as they go, whilst providing excellent SEO capabilities.
The Transtion Network website is has been my biggest and most complicated web project to date. It was split into 5 phases beginning in September 2009 with the import and move from their old Transition Towns wiki to a new Drupal-based site. Later stages improved the site and added capacity, with the last phase ending December 2012.
It is big, well used and has a rich set of features including: