I created my own drop-shipping/printing, online clothing and apparel store.
It was created using the Spreadshirt platform.
I basically hand coded a skin and new menu for it so I could achieve the desired look and feel.
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No Hands Design is a Darwin and Sydney based design company that I sometimes work in collaboration with on projects.
We decided to work together on the No Hands site to create a very clean and professional presence without any “bloating” features slowing the site down.
We hand coded the site from scratch using html5, php, css3 and it features jQuery sliders for the portfolio.
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This website has evolved a lot since its creation.
It was originally a plain code site that I hand coded to showcase music and tutorials on how to write music using Ableton Live.
Now it is much more, we use WordPress so Bill can update posts, tutorials, new albums, download packs and digital delivery shopping cart items without the knowledge of coding practices.
It is an informational/tutorial site, a portfolio/showcase of albums, a source for upcoming live shows, a shopping ...
I built this modelling portfolio website with plain code (hand coded it).
The goal was to give visitors something to look at and allow them to get to know the performer (the client), generating traffic while we planned the next version of the website which incorporates a shopping cart, the galleries, event management and more.
This website was for a medical centre in Darwin.
I worked in collaboration with No Hands Design, a Darwin and Sydney based design company.
We used the WordPress system for this one to cater for the client’s requests of a patient education area where they can write articles and keep adding to the site with ease and no need for coding knowledge.
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A band website built using WordPress to allow easy updating and editing for the client.
Features embedded album players, upcoming shows calendar, built in directions using Google maps, front page slider for mixed content, photo galleries and more.
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