Website development projects...
Lant Street Wine is an old wine shop with new owners and a new name.
The design brief for the new website was to capture the atmosphere of the old dusty wine shop in the setting of an up to date responsive design capable of showcasing a wine list remarkable for its quality, diversity, individuality and great value.
Engenuiti is a young firm of structural engineers bringing a fresh approach to the design and engineering of the built environment.
Their new website is packed with dynamically loaded information and is great fun to navigate around . The content is kept up to date by with a bespoke easy to use Contents Management System. The new responsive design reflects their focus on innovative design and solid engineering.
A crisp, interesting, well-engineered website which reflects the ethos of this creative independent Fire Engineering design consultancy.
The design provides engaging navigation and some subtle animations. News items with images are added dynamically via a bespoke Contents Management System, with an automatic link to Twitter when items are added.
photo gallery
This mobile-friendly gallery template, developed for the photographs section of this site, can be used for applications such as photographers' galleries, portfolio presentations and project information.
It automatically grabs images from a folder and formats them on screen. Images can be filtered by keyword filter and displayed with the look and feel of a native mobile app, or full screen on a desktop browser.
Intergate Consulting provides strategic and practical services to the construction industry.
The website reflects their solid professional approach, breadth of experience and specialised expertise. It has a solid traditional design feel, with clear layout and cool animations.
This inspired new website introduces Boutique Quantity Surveyors, a niche quantity surveying firm with a focus on attention to detail.
This is a responsive website that adapts perfectly to fit devices from desktop to tablet to smartphone.
This is an example of using time-lapse images, a popular technique in the early days of photography.
Today the web uses billions of still images and video, but this old technique is quite unusual, and can be used to create eye-catching, interesting website designs.