Blog Archives: HTML

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 wrote earlier this week about the rebranding process we’re going through at work, and the problems that have surfaced regarding static legacy pages. The curse of the WYSIWYG has reeked havoc amongst the ranks, the files now stand in



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



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


Secondsminuteshours.com 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


jetaway.com is a database driven site providing a travel agency style flight booking facility. It uses Active Server Pages to query and update a database. The design is based around a simple colour and logo scheme that is implemented using


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