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Since I started as a freelance Front End Developer I have created a huge number of website designs. Sometimes the designs that I really like (and hope a client will use) don’t get used in the final website. So, this page is dedicated to all the designs that you might not be able to find live somewhere online. These are either designs that the client didn’t go with or from side projects that I’ve not completed just yet.
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.
I frequently provide Front End Development expertise to Halesway in Andover, Hampshire. For this particular project, I was tasked with developing an online quiz to help raise awareness of HIV throughout the UK. This posts provides some more details about this project as well as some screenshots of the live website.
Today, the market is saturated with the good, the bad and the ugly when it comes to Website Designers and Developers, so how do you find the good ones? As a Website Designer myself I thought I’d use my knowledge of the market to provide some tips to help people find the right Web Designer for their project…
Over the last few weeks, I’ve decided to really step up my efforts to engage in conversations on other blogs. Using a simple blog reader called Feedly, I’ve got a list of most blogs in my industry which I can easily scan through to check for any topics of interest. I’ve read so many articles in the past that I’ve had an opinion on but never put in the time to actually post a response.
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.