Website Portfolio

Clean, functional, and intuitive websites made using Rapidweaver, Pulse CMS, WordPress, and Prestashop.

www.smart-roadsters.com
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The owners of the best collection of Smart Roadsters for sale in the UK wanted to launch with a website that was clean, fun, and practical – much like the cars themselves. Working with the clients to create a new identity, David Burnett brought the website to launch in a short time frame. An easy to use interface was created for uploading new listings to the site. The site is filled with practical information about the cars as well as a powerful search engine for quickly finding the right Roadster.

www.countyrooms.com
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County Rooms is an established business serving Surrey and the home counties, providing short term let rooms to professionals. The clients approached David Burnett with a very clear vision and many ideas for their new website. After several design reviews a new identity was chosen. For the website development and coding David collaborated with Emily Christy of Brainstorm Creative. Using WordPress as the website’s core, the bespoke theme and searchable database of rooms have been tailored to work hand in hand.

ShinyCufflinks.co.uk
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Shiny Cufflinks is a cufflinks boutique featuring some very unique cufflinks. The company started when its founder Dave Faulkner took apart a bicycle chain and made it into a cufflink – pure genius. In November 2012 when Shiny Cufflinks wanted a new identity and website I jumped at the chance to be involved. Over a very short time frame a new logo and home page were created for the company.

My-Mat.co.uk
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My-Mat is an ecommerce site devoted to making handmade placemats personalised with your name. The site was developed using Pulse CMS and features a Paypal shopping cart. The logo and graphics were also developed by David Burnett.

www.rockyridge.com
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The owners of Rocky Ridge had a WordPress website but the way it was prepared did not allow for easy updating. David Burnett helped to reduce the number of pages and to suggest edits. A new layout was applied which had the most relevant information on the homepage. By using WordPress as a blogging platform, the General Manager is able to keep followers informed about the latest events and promotions.

HECpartners.com
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HEC Partners is a new consultancy offering an unrivalled and comprehensive package of talents serving all sectors in sport. The website serves as a portal for learning more about the partners and the consultancy’s offerings. The site was developed in Rapidweaver.

SmartCarSpecialist.com
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The brief from Smart Car Specialist was simple – take our existing site and give it a refresh. The first step was to rework the logo, keeping the classic hand written letters, but tightening up the “S” road and giving it a general tidy. The site was developed in Rapidweaver and has some special features such as live updating of price lists from Google spreadsheets.

Powertec-Energy.co.uk
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Powertec Energy is a new company, they were looking for a quick route to launch their new battery division and at the same time go through a branding exercise. A new identity was developed which was applied both to the website and to the printed materials. The site was developed in Rapidweaver.

AndrewHenley.co.uk
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This site was completed in WordPress, a content management system which is popular with bloggers. The client Andrew Henley was looking for an easy to administer system, which he could add his own videos and posts to. The site’s identity is strong and attention grabbing, yet inviting for new visitors. This site might look different on each visit as new content is being constantly added.

Superlovely.com
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The ecommerce site Superlovely uses Prestashop at its core. The system can handle stock management for thousands of items as well as order processing for customers. Once setup, it requires little day to day administration. The site went live on April 2011.