We let our work speak for its self. These are just a few of the sites we’ve been lucky enough to work on. Why not engage me to work on your next website project, and see your site on this page too?
FOOD BY THOMENE
This is the first of 2 sites for this client. Thomene is an excellent plant based / vegan cook, serving the local population of Doha, Qatar, where she prepares healthy, nutritional food for local delivery, as well as acting as a private chef to corporations, as well as intimate groups for special occasions.
WOODINGDEAN BOWLS CLUB
This was my second pro bono site, which I undertook after becoming a member. When I turned up, it became immediately obvious that their website was in need of attention. Actually, it needed rebuilding from scratch. This is the result.
Victor Anderson has been involved in green and environmental politics for a long time, including working at the House of Commons, the Sustainable Development Commission in Whitehall, the London Assembly, New Economics Foundation, and many others
WRITERS IN OXFORD
Writers in Oxford is the society for Oxford and Oxfordshire’s published writers and authors. Founded in 1992 it now has over two hundred members spread across the city and county (although if you live a little way beyond you are still welcome to apply). It is run on an entirely voluntary basis by a small elected committee.
Zororo retreat, in central, rural Portugal, is an absolutely stunning villa. I know because I’ve stayed there. With it’s 6 huge en-suite bedrooms, large kitchen, outdoor dining, games room (with pool table), it’s an absolute joy to stay there.
FIRST AID 4 GAMBIA
This charity, setup in 2009, provides vital resources to The Gambia, who’s overstretched healthcare system, struggles to cope. They provide education, training and supplies to various schools and organisations, which saves lives.
Elements Kapa, is a card game with a difference. Aimed at children and young people, it has all the game play of other fantasy card games… except this one is real. All the characters depicted on the 72 playing cards, are based on the elements from the periodic table.