Freelance web programming portfolio
Please bare in mind I am not responsible for the design of any of these sites, where applicable the sites have been converted to XHTML from images. Generally the dynamic content of these sites are generated by application provided by me (news posters, databases and email functions). This is but a small selection of the sites I have helped build over the years!
Cross Keys Coaches
A CMS (Content Management System) was set up to allow the client to add and remove coach tours. At a later date a booking system was added that also contained a loyalty card discount system and a promotional code discount system. This site has been running for over 5 years and many a customer has commented on the website's ease of use.
Kent Hearing Aids
A set of 6 column Microsoft Office XLSL spreadsheets were converted to HTML tables to add to the prices page. For less than £100 the client saved 6 to 10 hours freeing up that time for other projects.
Thats Nice Furniture
The client required a product database with a mixed online reservation / payment system. Users of this site can add items to their cart and decide which ones to pay for and which ones to reserve for pick up. The site was completed in just 2 weeks.
Hooked on Tackle
The client required a budget single level e-commerce system to sell fishing tackle and sundries. The system was built to specification in less than three days for a cost of a mere £250 allowing them to gain back the initial outlay within the first few sales.
Old Time Bears
Old Time Bears required a simple product database in which to advertise their collection of valuable teddy bears to the general public. This site is a categorised database that has a built in accurate search function and up to four images per product. They also requested that each product should be tied into a information request form allowing people to enquire about one product at a time. An administration interface allows add, edit and delete functions along with a link database for use on their links page, this allows the client to add and remove links at will.
The Hack n Tack Shop
The Hack n Tack Shop required a shopping cart management system with an integrated backend and shopping cart public facing. A standard shopping cart was provided giving the client the ability to add remove and alter departments down to 4 levels. Although some what complicated to use at first the system has settled down to provide a reliable means for selling horse sundries online. This cart is a simplified version of the one mentioned below as a stock control system was not required.
Highway Marine Group
Highway Marine Group required a simple product database in which to advertise clients boats to the general public. This site is a categorised database that has a built in accurate search function and up to fifteen images per product. Each boat is tied into an information request form allowing people to enquire about one product at a time. An administration interface allows add, edit and delete functions.