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June Fox Art. Strictly no animation on this site. Showcases a limited number of June’s paintings which are sold directly from the site using the PayPal shopping cart.

Tom Garmory Art. A small website which enables the artist owner to showcase his paintings to family and friends. No sales.

Chester Road Bowling Club. A small website for a Crown Green Bowling Club. This site was created using WordPress, it incorporates a blog and a photo gallery. It is a clean, straightforward site. Because it was created in WordPress, club members can update the site and the blog themselves.

Cheshire House Plans
This is a site for a plan drawing service operating in South Cheshire and surrounding areas. This is a straightforward, clear site.
David Finney. A striking site with a black background selling art work, originals and prints, by the artist David Finney.
Beechtree Community Centre. A “not for profit” Community Centre offering activities for the local community.
Animal Earth. A site for animal artists to advertise their exhibitions and sell their paintings.
Bob Hill Art. A site for the artist Bob Hill to showcase his paintings. Demonstrates picture galleries, animation and use of sound files.
Cheshire Countryside Arts. A site for the artist Janet Anne Carden to showcase her work. Demonstrates different types of galleries.
Here are some screen prints of my work. Please feel free to click on the links and browse these sites.

The Flood Prevention Society - This site isn’t selling anything, but is acting as a lobbying tool for the Flood Prevention Society.

It is a simple site with no animation, but does contain downloadable PDF documents. It has a site search box and a “bookmark and share” bar.

Swift Pedals. - A site selling guitar pedals. It uses “click to enlarge” images on the “When its gone...” page and uses Mal’s Cart as a shopping cart interface between the site and PayPal. There is a gallery playing on the front page. It has a “share” button, counter and stats and a currency conversion facility on most sale pages. There is a sign-up form integrated with the Mail Chimp email service.

Examples of my work