I design and build websites. I play table-top games, watch Star Trek and Stargate, and have a dog who I’m convinced thinks she’s a cat. I occasionally write things on my blog.
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Based in the The Boathouse in Silverfir Street, Glasgow, the Glasgow Rowing Club has been a training base for some of Scotland’s best oarsmen and women, including World and European Champion Polly Swann, and World Bronze Medalists Lindsay Dick and Sam Scrimgeour.
Quick access to information was at the heart of the website’s design: the navigation is simple — organised into 4 categories of links, making it easier to find what you’re looking for. And the site features up-to-date weather information, and data on river-level so rowers can be sure that conditions are safe. Type, is large, crisp, and immediately readable.
The site makes use of some of the impressive imagery captured by the Rowing Club over the years, with a large photography section taking centre stage on the homepage. All of this is managed though an easy to use CMS.
Trespass is a Glasgow based company providing outdoor clothing and equipment to skiers, snowboarders, hikers, campers.
Trespass is (of course) completely responsive and optimised for HiDPI displays, making use of the some of newest technologies available to ensure that it looks great on every device — including INDEZ’s new Device Lab. The site has lots of little touches to make using the site fast and easy.
INDEZ is Scotland’s leading provider of ecommerce solutions. Based in Glasgow, I’ve been working with them since 2012, building some of the best online stores in the world. Our clients sell everything, from whiskies to teas.
In 2013, we began work on INDEZ Core — a responsive framework for ecommerce built upon the Magento platform. Since it’s launch, it has been used on scores of sites, and now provides the groundwork for every site INDEZ builds, and in 2014, we launched our new brand, complete with a beautifully visual, responsive website.