Blog Archives: Adobe

I found these screen dumps last week whilst trying to free up some space on the old Think Pad. I used a combination of Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator to create the graphics, I can’t remember which versions but almost certainly

I’m currently working on a redesign for Esher Athletic Football Club, who are managed by a collegue at work. The current site is a bit old hat in the late 90s style of things, so I’ll be bringing an up

I finished working as a web developer at Espresso Education in May 2006. We provided media rich teaching resources and student activities that are as robust as they are engaging. The content is delivered to a cached server within each

This was the final project for a graphic design course I did in the evenings at Central Saint Martins last year. It is a modern take on the classic design of the London Underground map by Harry Beck in the

I designed this logo as the basis of an identity for a new online store, I liked the idea of all the letters being formed from the same shape, thus giving the impression of something created by a machine

A corporate website designed for the Control Circle group. It serves as a constantly updating news source, community area and PDF download facility. The front screen is built in HTML with an embedded Flash object, this uses ActionScript to produce is a micro site that fronts a telephone network support service. It is built in HTML using the Photoshop slice function, something I’ve never been that keen on but works quite well in this example. I spent ages trying

I built this interface to function as the front end of an information kiosk at Anglia Polytechnic University. It uses Visual Basic for functionality while the content comes courtesy of a small database. The maps were built in 3D Studio

This is a multimedia example designed for a college module called Communication Models. Built in Flash, the final movie runs as a full screen SWF file intended for a 1024 x 768 screen resolution. Photoshop was used to manipulate and

This textbased example uses a simple looking navigation model to present an educational / reference web site. There are some CSS and Layer problems preventing it from displaying properly on Macs, also due to this being some of my earliest