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I’ve now finished working on my free minimal responsive theme for Perch CMS. The first thing to say is that I call it a “Theme” but as I mentioned in Part 1, perch doesn’t really offer theme support so what I’m really doing here is just talking you through how you can apply this design into the Perch CMS framework. I’m going to make the assumption that you have already purchased a Perch license and have it installed on the server you wish to run it from.
Data Management Consultancy Services based London, hired me to design and develop a website for their new startup focussed. The consultancy, which specialises in assisting firms and vendors in managing complex complex data management issues, required a professional and clean design to help clients visualise their products and services. This post provides a brief description of the work completed and some additional screenshots from the project.
Here is a brief project description of the Front End Development work completed on a project for the Centre for Social Justice. Paternering with Farnham design agencys, 1minus1, I was contracted in as the lead developer to build out a new design for the Center for Social justice.
I was hired by Jacobs and Hunt to design and develop a new website for thier independent Estate Agency based in Petersfield, Hampshire. This piece of work was split into a number of different parts which included design, development and integration with my bespoke porperty management system built using the popular PHP framework called Codeigniter.