Ignition are a Bristol design agency with expertise in sustainable design. I worked with them to create an engaging new Drupal website, tied into various web services.
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Pecha Kucha was devised in Tokyo as an event for young designers to meet, network, and show their work in public. It has turned global, with events happening in hundreds of cities around the world.
This is the first city guide to outline many of the Bristol’s good living and green activities. Created initially as a Django database, then published as a 224 page guidebook featuring over 400 listings of places and activities. The brand has since been developed into the Good Living Week and many other great ideas are in the pipeline.
North Somerset Council Economic Development Team provides advice and support to new and existing businesses in North Somerset. This new brand and website was developed to engage local business and to encourage inward investment to the region.
Atkey and Company are makers of exemplary architectural joinery, offering a catalogue of authentic, accurately reproduced designs from the best known periods of British architecture, each complete with its historical context. Their website was created as a flexible, online catalogue.
CrayFish is the work of Robert Gaddie who set up the company late in 2003. His blog was created to showcase creative and tactile printed communication.
Developed as part of a suite of websites for SITA UK, the Isle of Man site features animated Flash charts to keep visitors updated with emissions data – part of their contractual obligations to have an energy-from-waste facility on the island.