We designed this website for Pontyclun's first ever TEDx event in the summer of 2021.
The site needed to provide visitors with further information on the programme of speakers as well as a clean interface for purchasing tickets and presenting a live stream of the event.
The Southgate Garage website is a bespoke five-page brochure website with the purpose of showcasing their services and providing up-to-date contact/location details.
The site also allows the client to upload testimonials from their Which and Google pages and also embeds their Instagram stream.
The HMPPS Insights website helps bring people together from across the Criminal Justice System to learn, share, connect and celebrate the excellent and innovative work that they do.
The custom-built website hosts a blog, virtual events page and is also the hub for the Insights Festival and it's online programme/ticketing functionality.
Set up during the COVID lockdown in Spring 2020, the Shop Local Pontyclun website initially aimed to provide potential customers with information on available local services.
The site now serves as a fully filtered/searchable directory of local businesses in the CF72 postcode area. The site has a custom menu feature to make it easier for users to find what they're looking for.
We originally built Truffles a five-page brochure website to help them communicate what they stand for and the process of plastic-free shopping.
We later went on to expand their website to include e-commerce functionality that helped support them during the COVID lockdown.
This website for rave royalty Altern 8 was designed to be a hub for their social media channels and a way of signposting fans to gigs and merchandise.
The site is a single-page website with scrolling hashlinks to the relevant sections.
Memfys Hospital is a pioneering Neurosurgical unit based in Enugu, Nigeria. Their website is a comprehensive hub of information for patients as well as a means of contact.
The client is able to update the news and vacancies sections as well as operate a livechat feature with prospective patients.
The website for Beat Jugglers acts as a hub for their social media channels, has an e-commerce section for new music and also gives the band the option to update their gigs section.
Given the band's roots in 90's dance music the design of the hero section was based on the iconography of the movie Trainspotting.