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.
Johanna is a soprano who needed a more flexible website than her previous diy on-line site. This has allowed her to incorporate a gallery that does justice to some sparkling studio portraits and she can edit all the text via a simple Content Management System, so news of forthcoming performances is always up to date. Needless to say, the site works on all platforms.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
. . . 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.