A multi-page, responsive site for artist Sharon Windebank, incorporating galleries, shopping cart and a Content Management System that allows Sharon to update prices and other details.
A single-page, responsive site for folk band Spinach For Norman, with contact forms, BandCamp links to sell their tracks, auto-play audio (if the browser permits it), and a Gig-List that can be easily updated via the Content Management System.
A responsive eight-screen website designed to sell SIMPLE SAMBA, a downloadable pdf + 70-tracks of audio containing all the music and instructions you need to set up a Samba Band.
Tropical-fruit colours, subtle animations, background slideshows, audio files and e-commerce via PayPal (but other e-commerce solutions are possible).
A responsive website showcasing Louise Scammell's beautiful prints. 7 galleries, e-commerce pages selling her small prints and cards, slideshows of the artist at work, contact forms etc. etc.
A responsive website advertising the services of Joel Segal, an Exeter-based Antiquarian bookseller.
The second page is Joel’s Virtual Bookshop. Visitors can explore a selection of collectable and interesting books and order and pay for them on-line. Joel can remove old books and add new ones through a simple Content Management System accessed on any computer, tablet or smart-phone.
Nik Sutherland was setting up in business as a counsellor and therapist in the Exeter area and needed a website to advertise his services. Calm blues, simply presented text and a map system that provides directions to the counselling rooms from any location.
Poisson Rouge have been playing French & Breton dance music together for over six years but this is their first ‘proper’ website.
It features photographs of them in action, information about the band and its members, auto-play audio tracks (for devices that allow it), a BandCamp link so that you can buy and download their music, a Mailing List subscription form, Contact forms & a ‘Next Gig’ flasher that the band can update easily from their mobiles.
Not all websites are there to advertise something. This one contains an eLearning project designed as a resource for composition students at Plymouth University.
This site isn't designed to be viewed on a mobile because some of the content - the music scores, for instance - need to be large to be legible.
. . . thanks very much for all your hard work with the site. I think it looks absolutely fantastic and it’s been a lot of fun working with you on it . . .
. . . truly the diamond geezer . . . I’m delighted with the site, service and price. If you ever need a testimonial then please do let me know.
. . . it looks great. Thanks for your patience and your excellent work.
. . . looking and working great thank you Howard!
. . . at last - a bit of spare time and I thought I would send you some images to update the website. I had an order today for some prints and it is working brilliantly thank you!
© Howard Harrison 2015
A single-page site for Wildwood Storyteller Frances Harrison, with a mysterious opening splash, slideshows, and including her original artwork and film.
Folk band Spinach For Norman needed to update their website to make it mobile-friendly and contemporary.
Their single-page website includes some auto-play music as the page opens (if the browser allows it), audio examples, slide-shows, subsciption & contact forms, expanding info panels and some nice flippy things to poke.
A simple four-page website advertising the services of Jon Leadbeater, tabla player & teacher. His skills and versatility are shown off in a video carousel and a SoundCloud link.
MOCK HOBBY HORSE are a group of minstrels who play medieval and tudor music. Their updated website contains a full-screen slide show to greet the viewer, a minstrel’s gallery containing some original photography to show off their instruments and costumes, a SoundCloud link to provide examples of their music & contact forms. It also uses some digitally reworked medieval graphics.