As you can probably tell, this particular site is still pretty new. I wanted a bang up to date repository for my work that looked great no matter what size of screen it's being viewed upon. If you haven't already, have a look at it on your mobile or tablet...
Pretty good eh? I'm using the fantastic Foundation framework. It's a great, flexible way to get a lovely site structure up and running in no time and used by many big names such as National Geographic Education and The Washington Post.
One of the first duties asked of me by my former employer was to redesign one of their suite of websites to both bring it in line with their recently revamped corporate site and make it more mobile friendly. I chose to use a heavily customised version of the Foundation framework to allow for a running start - the site had to be turned around in just two weeks. You can view the website here DriveWorks 3D.
A triumvirate of musical theatre teachers from the City of Liverpool College and LIPA (Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts) recently asked me to develop the identity of their after hours project "Triple Threat". Currently in its second month, Triple Threat is a monthly musical theatre cabaret/open mic night in Liverpool. I was at first asked to come up with some eye catching (but Local football team colours neutral) promotional posters for them.
An offshoot of my most recent employer, my role with Oriel Responsive has me involved in a number of different tasks (as is the wont of a startup). Their branding is based around the periodic table of the elements and they requested a science themed take on the "Keep Calm and Carry On" meme that can be spotted world wide in every house ever built.