Away from work, I help small businesses by building websites and online shops. I believe that my 25 years experience in the IT industry can help the smallest enterprise grow, and I enjoy working with friends and partners to make that happen.
In my spare time, I love music, and still like to DJ occasionally, some of my DJ mixes are here.
I’ve recently started writing a little bit again, you can find my blog here.
A high impact one page site for paintball legend, Nick Truter. Leading with full page photographs highlighting the excitement of professional paintballing, as well as the industry stature of the client, supported by simple but bold content to articulate the value proposition of the client offering.
Developed and delivered at high speed – this is a great showcase for the client that enables him to drive business effectively.
The online presence for 26 time Clay Shooting World Champion, George Digweed MBE.
Featuring a modern, striking design using simple colours and bold photography supported by content focused on sporting achievements. The site features a turnkey e-commerce solution that monetises the George Digweed brand.
The site is also the home of Club Digweed, a members only subsite which houses a video library exclusively for subscribers. The site is part of the overall online strategy including social networking also managed in partnership with the client.
Grass Next Day
A turnkey e-commerce solution for Artificial Grass sales in the South East of England.
Grass Next Day asked for a site that showcased a fast changing range of artificial grass products and allowed customers to order online.
Customers can select a product, define the space they want to cover and build a shopping cart with the right dimensions and add-on products they want. Payment is online, and the client receives a single email outlining the order that needs to be fulfilled.
The client has access to the site to upload special short term offers, and update the site with product information and customer testimonial content.
Developed for Anglo Italian Arms UK – this site was built to showcase a range of fine Italian shotguns.
Designed in corporate colours, with high resolution photographs of the products imported and sold through a network of UK dealers – the focus of the site is to enable end customers a chance to research images and pictures of shotguns before they contact a dealer.
The site is integrated into the social networking strategy of the company, and with a module that allows customers to locate and find their local dealer and drive sales, and allows update and growth of the site as the business develops.
The online presence of Ed Solomons – the 2014 FITASC World Champion clay shooter. Ed wanted a site to advertise his coaching business, showcasing his sporting achievements in a clean, crisp style.
Designed around the colour scheme of the business logo and photography from throughout a prestigious sporting career, Ed wanted to highlight testimonials from his clients and drive them to a contact form to enable his business.
Muller Chokes Europe
An e-commerce solution and online presence for the European importers of Muller Chokes – a shotgun accessory.
The client wanted a turnkey e-commerce solution to sell shotgun chokes, with a shop that allows customers to purchase from across Europe with a simple ‘pick and pack’ email to the client.
Using some bespoke product photography and plenty of white space – the clean and crisp designs highlights the technical design of the chokes, and the full range available in Europe.
A corporate presence for a Commodities Recruitment business based in the City of London. Featuring a clean design and corporate colour scheme in line with client requirements.
The site incorporates a job listing section that pulls live vacancies from an external job site, along with a contact form and testimonials from previous customers.
An online community for Clay Target shooters – with over 3500 members, the site provides an information hub as well as a forum to exchange views and opinions on the sport.
The is site part of a full suite of ShootClay sites which have their own social media and mailing list structure. The business model is for the sites to self-fund through advertising and offline activities.