A special website, now switched off, created quickly to help charity Age UK Somerset provide emergency coronavirus lockdown support to older people and their families.
Jem Care Ltd (www.jemcareltd.co.uk) is a provider of independent residential homes in Manchester and Weston super Mare. They wanted a simple but attractive and informative website to enable prospective residents and their families to learn more about the homes and the facilities and benefits provided resulting in the high quality of life their residents enjoy.
K and B Motors are well established Car Body Repair specialists in Taunton and I have had the pleasure of working on their website for a very long time. Alongside every expansion of their successful business we have worked together to develop and upgrade their website www.kandbmotors.co.uk. It now includes an envy-inspiring gallery of car restorations!
Ian King runs a small business manufacturing fishing weights in Winsham near Chard, South Somerset (www.fishing-weights.co.uk). A self-confessed IT dinosaur, but he saw the benefit to having an attractive website to reach new customers. Now 90% of the fishing shops in the West Country supply his weights!
A WordPress website created for St Martin's Church, North Perrott including an interactive North Perrott Heritage Trail map. (www.northperrottchurch.co.uk). I provided training and a 'how to' guide so the client can make updates, safe in the knowledge that I'm available for support when needed.
Having just started his own business Richard needed a website (www.rnapc.co.uk) to spread the word and show prospective clients the services he was offering. I had no specialist knowledge of Arboricultural Planning but that didn't matter as we worked together - he provided the content and I used my expertise to ensure the pages were constructed in a client, and search engine friendly, way.
This assignment involved an upgrade of the Parish Council's existing website which had to be accessibility compliant, easy for contributors to use and simple to navigate. www.spaxtonparishcouncil.org.uk has lots of photographs of the village appear, alongside the archive of official documents, to provide colour and context.
Another website that I regularly update on behalf of the client. www.spaxtonvillagehall.co.uk provides information about the Village Hall from a 'What's On' calendar, to details about the facilities on offer, information on how to hire the hall, and documents to download and online forms to streamline the booking process.