Websites

Sandra is extremely intuitive. At our first meeting I gave a background of the company and what we wanted to portray through the website. Her comprehension and ability to create the online presence we desired was exceptional.

Gillian Murphy Director of Nourrice.

Nourrice Creche and Montessori

nourriceNourrice Creche and Montessori is located in Clonard, Wexford. Gillian the owner, wanted her new website to be fun, inviting and very cheerful – reflective of the little people who go there.

The website displays all the various rooms in the creche with bright photos of staff, their facilities and detailed descriptions of the services offered.

An outdoor element was an important aspect to portray to reflect the spacious garden where kids can play and have fun in a safe environment. Visual clues of a bright blue sky with baloons and a fence illustration at the footer, all contribute to convey an atmosphere that is reflective of Nourrice Creche & Montessori.

Visit the website at: www.nourrice.ie

 


 

Priority Construction

priority_constructionPriority Construction are a Dublin based company. I had designed their previous website which had become outdated. Since then, the company has expanded and moved into new areas of construction. As such their new website needed to reflect a more accurate representation of what they do and the type of clients they have.

They wanted an easy to use website where potential clients could find information specific to their industry. The design’s colour pallet was informed by their corporate identity.

The website is built on the Concrete5 Content Management System. Everything is editable from the navigation structure through to the News area and the Photographic Slider.

The site is currently being optimised for mobile devices.

Visit the website at: www.priorityconstruction.ie

 


 

Fabric and Curtains

fabric_and_curtainsFabric & Curtains is a Wexford business who make high quality curtains and blinds. Antoinette the owner wanted to give her customers the ability to order and purchase custom made curtains online. From the outset it was obvious that this website would be a custom build, in terms of technical specification and custom graphics.

The sytem is built to allow customers to price and purchase a product based on a number of options such as product type, colour, fabric selection and dimensions.

I project managed this website and worked on a collaborative basis with Web Developer Shane Byrne to define the technical specification. I designed the interface layouts, usability and website graphics.

Visit the website at: www.fabricandcurtains.ie

 


Nicholas Mernagh Architect

mernagh_webNicholas Mernagh is an Architect based in Co. Wexford. Following on from my design of the company’s logo identity, Nicholas required a professional website to showcase the last 12 years of the company’s work.

On the home page visitors are greeted with an overview of the projects via thumbnail images, each image leads the visitor to more details on each project. Subtle animations of design projects suggest the services the practice offer to clients. This site is hardcoded to a custom design specification.

Visit the website at: www.mernagh.ie

 


 

Doran Concrete

doran_concreteDoran Concrete is a family run business in Co. Wexford. John the owner, needed a new website to showcase the various concrete products that the company manufacture. Our objective for the website was to target John’s four main types of customers to enable them to find the products they need as easily as possible.

The colours chosen for their new website and logo design, reflect a company who is serious about what they do. Blue and green are the colours of our environment. We used green to counterbalance the ‘un-eco’ perception of concrete as a building material.

Information was categorised by product type relative to their target markets, Images and accurate descriptions of products with detailed measurements provide the essential information that potential customers need. This site is hardcoded in HTML and CSS.

Visit the website at: www.doranconcrete.ie