Providing cutting edge designs since the edge was first honed:
fonts for the ZXSpectrum, which led to designing system fonts for Amstrad;
a web-based tourist booking system for Dumfries and Galloway in 1995
on an Apple II, ah those were the days. Maybe a bit too cutting edge
that one, as it took them several years to implement a cut-down version;
out the geometry of celtic knotwork, designing fonts and programs which
in turn generated the largest collection of knots in the world;
the world's first internally illuminated stained-glass window. It was
never built though, as £1,000 was too expensive for a prototype.
Any wealthy patrons out there?
world's first stained glass greetings cards. Currently in discussion
full-colour, fully-scalable digital maps of the UK and Europe for broadcast
and print before the development of colour monitors;
Flash 2 came out, designing splash pages which no-one could see.
to a web design philosophy: - Keep It Simple.
I design are designed with the user in mind. The web is not like TV and
magazines: people know what they want and won't put up with you wasting
their time. While I'd love to show off my state of the art Flash skills
on every site I make, it isn't usually appropriate.
I can make
your clients/customers happy surfers who get what they're looking for
without the hype and false promises they hate. And I can also make them
bookmark your site with a Flash add-on they won't want to stop playing
with.Flash samples this way...