I recently designed a website for The Printmakers Gallery, on Drury St, Dublin. It’s a responsive website, built on WordPress. The menu slides off to the left and the content resizes when it detects a smaller screen, like on a tablet or smart phone. Check out the site here: The Printmakers Gallery.Continue Reading
Oranmore Castle website revamped!
Oranmore Castle, in Oranmore, Co. Galway has benefited from a total redesign, to bring it up to date and in-line with the plans of its owners, artist Leonie King and musician, Alec Finn.
Alec and Leonie are planning to make the Castle’s Great Hall available for events, to make it’s lodge (‘The Monkey House’) available for summer rentals. The castle can be visited for guided tours during the Summer months.Continue Reading
Refreshed website for Heather Finn Knitwear
I just completed a website redesign for Heather Finn Knitwear with a whole new shop / e-cart system and a whole new style. The refresh presents her new Autumn / Winter 2013 collection of beautiful cashmere and lambswool scarves, cardigans and accessories. Have a look at her site here!Continue Reading
New Website for Irish singer-songwriter Cian Finn
Hailing from the west of Ireland, Cian Finn is a vocalist and MC, inspired by the sounds of soul, blues and reggae. I produced a new website for his new record label Emerald Isle records and to support the release of his new single Precious Thing. The Album is coming soon! Have a look: www.cianfinn.comContinue Reading
Lisa Good is an incredible designer-maker who produces well-made and finished bags, cushions and lifestyle items with a cool and quirky feel. Artist-makers Online have created her new online shop, check it out here: www.incommonstore.com/Continue Reading
New website for Dublin City Councils Art residencies
I produced a website for Dublin City Council which brings together their 3 residencies opportunities for artists and makers: St.Patrick’s Lodge, The Red Stables and Albert Cottages. See the main site at Art Residencies Dublin.Continue Reading
New Product website – Canopi
I recently produced a website for a new Irish product that has been doing very well in-stores and on-line.
Canopi is a new product from Irish entrepreneur Sandra Walsh.
Canopi is a seamless way of adding arm cover to a sleeveless garment, instantly transforming the look of your outfit. It acts as covers for the arms; it is produced as a one piece which clips on to the bra straps for added security.
The site includes an e-commerce shop that processes electronic payments, orders with size and colour variations, shipping options and international delivery.
Find out more at Canopi.ieContinue Reading
New Brazilian Photo/Culture website
Brazilian artist and photographer Neyde Lantyer is launching her new Bahian photography and culture magazine website called ‘Fotografia E Cultura‘. It’s a beautiful mix of the visual cultural strands that make up the culture of Cidade Da Bahia, and it’s the latest site made by Artist-makers Online.
Please check out Neyde’s new project here.Continue Reading
New website for Maggie Madden
I’ve just setup a site for Irish artist Maggie Madden. She was looking for something simple in the style of an indexhibit site, but I used WordPress to get the same effect. It gives her more room to grow, and if she gets tired of the indexhibit effect in the future she still has a solid content management system installed.
Check it out at: www.maggiemadden.comContinue Reading
Artist Maureen Burke availed of my One-to-one website deal recently. We spent a morning session together, she brought along a CD of her images and her biography and artist’s statement. Over 3 hours or so we registered her domain-name, set up hosting, installed a content management system, styled the site and uploaded her content. All before lunch!
Have a look at the results here: www.maureenburkeartist.com
Get in touch about your site now!Continue Reading
One-to-one website for Eoin Mc Hugh
Recently a lot of the work I’ve done on websites has been done working one-to-one with clients sitting in on the process. They get to work with me step by step on the site build, directing their project closely, they get a flat hourly rate and the knowledge that the site is being worked on at a pace they feel comfortable with. There’s no delays, the site goes up as we work on it, problems are seen and sorted-out in real time.
Some of the sites I’ve worked on like this recently:
So I’ve been thinking this might appeal to more clients, I’m calling it ‘One-to-one website‘, a new web-design hand-holding service where you get exactly what you pay for. I can setup your domain-name, hosting account, design your site, upload your images and galleries and train you in your content management system so you update the site yourself. Additionally I can add the ability to sell your wares online (eCommerce), add Facebook and Twitter (Social Media integration) and help your site rank better in search engines (Search Engine Optimisation).
Get in touch to discuss what we can do for our site in a one-to-one session!Continue Reading
New site for Adrienne Geoghegan
Adrienne Geoghegan runs the Illustration Bootcamp courses you’ve probably seen posters for around Dublin, she wanted her site to reflect her own quirky style and her love of painting, collage and assemblage. You can see more at: www.adriennegeoghegan.comContinue Reading