Logo Design for Online Shop

Getting a logo designed can be expensive work, but if you have an idea in mind, then I can help make it come to life, like I did for the ladies behind www.LoveProducts.co.uk.

They had an idea of what they wanted their logo to be like, so with a quick tweak here and there, and a range of colours to choose from, this was the final design.

I even created them a ‘shortened’ version to use as their favicon (at the top of the URL bar) and for use on social media when the main logo seemed, well, too big.

Love Products online shop

Just completed a lovely project working with the ladies from Love Products, who sell Dermalogica goods through their online shop at www.loveproducts.co.uk.

The client wanted to create a user friendly website for visitors to clearly see and search for products, purchase products using a simple ordering system and for it also to be a place for customers to pick up beauty tips and advice, which we achieved through the inclusion of a beauty blog.

As always, the website is linked to the clients various social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram).

The user-friendly CMS system allows the client to easily edit the website themselves and also update the blogging system, and the client is also able to edit the website via their mobile phone – always handy when on the go!


Local History Author – Website

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I have had the pleasure to work with local historian, Pam Preedy, in creating a website to promote her latest project. Pam has spent the past few years gathering references to soldiers mentioned in the Bromley & District Times newspaper between 1914 and 1919.  The project lead her to create a database of names which people can search for free online at www.militaryancestors.co.uk.

I was asked by Pam to create a website in which she could promote this database website, share other insights and stories she found in the local newspapers during this period, as well as promote her history talks and her forthcoming book.

I also set her up on social media to help draw visitors to the site and build up a following.