A portfolio of some of the projects I’ve been working on for the above firms.
Laravel Vue Bakery Shop
We created this website for ‘Patticakes’ using Laravel and Vue JS with stylish and contemporary results.
Using the Laravel framework we where able to create a bespoke design that allowed us to optimise the user experience using the latest frontend technologies.
I Want a Double Decker
The client required a backend management system which would support a number of websites and this was launched to suit the second hand double decker project market. My client require a consultative sales approach to ensure purchasers were prepared to own a double decker bus including advice on conversions and planning permission requirements.
The system allows my client to manage the application via his own console, and the end-users are able to instantly search buses and contact my client for further information.
Custom Web Application
Custom build applications, converting the wordpress platform into a powerful web application. In this instance I had previous forked code for the format of the form, and used custom SQL and PHP to build a custom database in the backend of wordpress that inherited the prefix values of native wordpress.
The forms also import data from one table into select dropdown fields to provide fields to populate another database wit pre-defined values.
This was a magento build involving the migration of over 3,000 products onto the platform, and integrating with the brightpearl platform. This was also linked into wordpress to give the glossy magazine style sales approach associated with the risk racing brand.
PSD to wordpress
This is a site I worked on at buffaloonline.co.uk – This was my first project as part of a collaborative team project. A college took on the role as an illustration artist who developed PSD’s for me to convert into frontend design.
Slick and Stylist
DI Chauffeurs was looking to establish it’s self as a luxury brand with high net worth clients in the London area. The build established a slick and stylish look and feel, to showcase their luxury vehicle product.
Tickety-boo had a need to establish a mobile specific website to quickly look after their clients who where primary looking to access their website on the move. A mobile specific theme was developed to content manage their website in a wordpress environment. The build concept allows the customer to better serve there mobile audience without the design restriction that comes from a responsive build.