PortfolioExamples of past projects, demonstrating the services that we provide.
In 2005 the European Probation Service (CEP) turned to Web Design & Mastery when they needed to update their website; since then we have redesigned it to their specification and added new features, as well as still keeping it up to date of course.
The CEP are based in the Netherlands, so this is a good illustration of how the internet has brought people closer together; we communicate by email and phone, and provide the same level of service as if they were located next door!
Hackney Family Backup (HFBU) came to us with a design in mind - they just needed someone to create it for them, and to make regular updates to their site. We were happy to oblige!
Accessibility is critical to them as they provide services for disabled children and their families, and we were able to produce the design they wanted in a manner that is accessible to their users.
I was asked to overhaul the website of Cleanlinks Services for a partner organisation. The website was written in poor English and needed optimising for search engines as well as many other improvements. The original design concept was retained, but the site was made more accessible, the content was proofread, and the code was cleaned up and tweaked to improve search engine indexing.
In 2006, EduAction (a local education authority) enlisted our help for an interactive project which could be both used with a group in a classroom and worked on by pupils independently at PC workstations. In order to be platform-independent, a website format was chosen. This is provided on CD so that no internet connection is needed, but can be clicked through and explored in the same manner. We developed a "secret dossier" style interface to accommodate the content provided (the story of September 11th and recent history in the Middle East), and dependent on the pupil's ability, a different version would be seen.
We have provided print services to Women's Therapy Centre in North London.
Our largest project for them was laying out a research paper into both a 103 page report and a 6 page summary, both in print-quality PDF as well as a version for their website.
The results can be downloaded: Bits and Pieces of Me - 6 page summary and Bits and Pieces of Me - 103 page report.
We were asked to rewrite the content for an online pharmacy, as the owner did not speak English as his first language.
As well as rewriting the text, we added a glossary of medical terms, so that customers will be better able to understand the services they offer.
To see our work, please view the Weston Pharmacy website.
"We are really delighted with our new website. Flash was extremely fast, friendly and helpful all the way through the process and went to great lengths to get the website just as we wanted. As complete novices to the world of website design, we were grateful to have a person who made the task run so smoothly. Thank you very much!"
[Hackney Family Backup]
"Thank you so much for all your hard work on my behalf; you very quickly grasped the image I wanted to portray. I am really pleased with the website that was delivered earlier than I expected and on budget. Your extensive knowledge of websites and the legislation that affects them is impressive and led to a level of detail that I was not expecting. I literally could not have done it without you. It has been a real pleasure working with Web Design & Mastery."
[Kate Fishpool Associates]