iDIGIT Hosting is a new service from iDIGIT Web Design. Fast, reliable and affordable web hosting from just £6 a month.
Website Design Brighton is a creative site aimed at the local Brighton business community. Come and play with the starlings – you won’t regret it!
Local Afro was a social networking site for the Afro-Caribbean community. Unfortunately the owner, Tauya Marengereke, recently passed away. I have kept this design here as a tribute to Tauya.
The new design for iDIGIT Web Design. The site uses a simple, industrial backdrop to showcase recent projects. The design pays homage to the original idigit design website by focusing on animation within the design – but is created with AJAX rather than Flash.
Digit Al and Nick is a conceptual website build for a small, Brighton Ad agency. The company have been responsible for some memorable Ad campaigns in recent years and the design of the site reflects their creativity.
Richard Thomas is the composer and co-writer of the infamous modern opera,
London Frock Exchange is a new service enabling women to swap designer dresses through the site. Users send their unwanted dresses to LfE and for a small fee they clean, repair and sell the dress. The design was created to appeal to the target demographic and appear glamorous and cool.
FilmSculptor is the homepage of film special effect artist, John Blakeley (no, it’s not a coincidence, he’s my dad!). The website showcases some of John
Lynx Internet are a London-based ecommerce software development company. I redesigned their website, using clean, attractive graphics to provide an enjoyable user experience.
The original design for idigit design (now iDIGIT Web Design) incorporated a truly innovative navigation. idigit design needed to stand out in a crowded and competitive marketplace and achieved this with an original and memorable website.
The idigit design blog (now iDIGIT Web Design), provided an opportunity to share views about the internet and design generally. The design had an organic, friendly feel – accentuated by the coffee mug stain on the design.
Created banner ads and buttons with existing WaxWave characters.
Assisted in the create of an 18′ Giant (Hagrid’s half-brother) in polystyrene, for future rendering in CGI.
Responsible for sculpting a 100
Involved with a number of projects on the film, including creating the rock face at the foot of the Whomping Willow, carving the hole inside the tree and creating the snowdrifts in Diagon Alley.
I oversaw the building of a huge, 36
Assisted with the sculpting of the Switchblade, used by James Bond and Jinx to enter Korea in the film. The Switchblade was sculpted from a photograph of a prototype built by the inventor.
I assisted with the sculpting of the prototype Batmobile (The Tumbler). I was also responsible for producing internal detail for the monastery, decorative work around the monastery entrance and architectural detailing for Wayne Manor.
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