Working for a fantastic London-based charity, and teaming up again with Simon Bottrell of 7creative, the functionality of this site really pushed my use of Custom Post Types and inter-relating content to the max. I also did some pretty cool stuff with the jQuery Crossslide plugin, using WordPress to manage the gallery and some cool loop-stuff to populate the crossslider itself.
A fast-turnaround site to support the UK solar industry’s campaign for increased government support for photovoltaic electricity production. I specified the project, bought Simon Bottrell of 7creative into the project to undertake the creative design work and then built the WordPress theme and delivered a functional website.
A simple but elegantly-designed holding page for a new recruitment consultancy. The design was done by Simon Bottrell of 7creative, then realised by me as a WordPress theme. One notable inclusion is the use of Gravity Forms to sign-up users to a MailChimp list automatically.
I worked on this project with the very talented Simon Bottrell of 7creative, who produced the website design in PSD format. I then translated this mockup into a custom child theme for the Thematic theme framework for WordPress. This build relied less on the use of plugins and more on the use of child theme functions to achieve custom category archives, booking forms and custom menu structure. The site makes use of both Cufon and a free Google Font (http://code.google.com/webfonts) to deliver a clean, simple and intuitive design that reflects the goals of the charity. There’s some cool CSS stuff here – such as swapping out the header (including navigation) when on certain pages.