Every new project I work on gets its own slot here. Have a look and see whether my services suit what you need. If they don't, but you like how they look, speak to me about how we can work on something unique together. Alternatively, have a look in the Projects tab to see some of the more specific services I can offer!
If the project included a website, the images next to it will take you to the site I built. If it was just graphics, I've included social and online links for you to see them in use in the real world. Have a browse, then use the chat button to get in touch! I can't wait to hear from you.
Give Me Coffee
I'm really excited about taking on this project. An old friend has set up an e-commerce platform for artisan coffees from all over the UK and Ireland.
The business is young enough to not even have a logo yet, so watch as we work together to grow the site and all its peripherals from its earliest stages!
Look out for links appearing soon. You can find the business on Instagram by clicking here.
Irish Motorhome and Caravan Sales came to me through another client and I was very eager to set them up with some graphics. I'm looking forward to providing them with more materials in the coming months as they continue to rebrand and redesign their company's outward appearance.
I love how this logo turned out; it's always fun to work on little quirks which help a logo to stand out
A drama group I've been working with for the past year or so has been in need of some new branding recently, so I got to work on something to help them improve their appearance on social media. I hope to work on a website for them in the coming months, so keep an eye out for that appearing here!
UPRISING Barbell Co.
I wanted to put this here to supplement the proof of my work found below. I run many of the operations of this company with my design abilities, working on a weekly basis to produce:
social media content
A sure sign that SEO is worth working on: Paul from PMD found me on Google after searching for a designer to overhaul his business site, and I was over the moon to begin working when we shook on the project.
Contractor sites are unique in that they have to appeal to architects rather than those in the market for having projects built. I'm really looking forward to seeing how this site develops, so keep up with my work via the link below!
Sabrina from LIGHT came to me in search of a logo and some advertising materials. I was excited to try something new, because I'd only ever offered these items on a smaller scale for businesses looking for websites and social media pages.
After a series of drafts and a few revisions were made, I finished a range of products which both of us were very happy with, and it's great to see them in use on Facebook at last.
Learning Curve Tutors
Newly established as a freelance tutor to maths pupils, Learning Curve already had a site under construction and simply asked me to take over.
It's been a learning curve of sorts for me to work on it because it uses a builder which I'm not really used to, but I'm pleased with the results.
Included with this site were email integration and graphic design, which I'm more than happy to add in to you own package if you choose me to provide your online services!
Osteopaths of Ireland
Proud to be able to show off a fully-functioning events website now that Osteopaths of Ireland's commission is launched and available to the public. Now, prospective osteopaths have a base to turn to when they need to build up CPD hours to work towards qualifications!
For those looking for ongoing work, I'll be continuing on with this site, monitoring sales, attendee records and necessary maintenance for Osteopaths of Ireland for the foreseeable future. Get in touch if you need regular monitoring or management of your brand's online presence!
Tony Peacock PT
The second venture into personal training products which I've taken, although this one's adventurous, creative, innovative and aimed at the future of online PT. I'm really excited to show this one off as it develops and changes, so keep an eye out on the projects section to see what happens.
If you have something that's a little more 'out there', come and see what we can create together.
The site was just recently launched, and you can visit it by clicking here. Have a look around and see if it has anything which your site could benefit from.
Antrim Credit Union
This site is probably the most established and most expansive of all the ones I've completed to date. It was also the first 'professional' site I worked on. Click here to see it.
This site has a full subscription to Wix Premium, with added email setup and domain names all connected to it. I worked to out the entire setup together, and can do the same for your site if you need it.
It's important to note that additions like emails, subscriptions and domain names are all quite pricey, but I'll be happy to adjust my prices a little if your budget is tight.
Another music project site, only this time with better music. It belongs to my university band and is fully functioning in every way except for the paid subscriptions and verified url. It's an example of what you can do on a budget with no added extras. Click here to see it!
This site's a good way to see how you can add external links which are added in various different places.
As a side note, if you happen across the merchandise page and wish to add something like that to your own site, I can set up a number of options and a number of stores, just like the music ones as well.
C L O S E Music
This site was created for a music project I ran. Oddly, the effort I put into it was a little off-balance, so the website and marketing for the whole thing turned out to be of a higher standard than the music...
A lot of the social media has been closed for the project, and the music is down from sites, but I kept the site active as an example of what I can design.
It's quite complicated in comparison to others, but it's one way to show how much you can put into a site. Click here to visit the site and see how it all looks up close. (No pun intended...)