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Harley Aesthetics – website design

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Harley Aesthetics based in Kilmarnock specialise in non-surgical treatments to beat the ageing process. Offered across Ayrshire and South West Scotland.

The website was designed using Adobe Dreamweaver, Fireworks and Photoshop. As always with my web designs the site is fully responsive for Phone, Tablet and PC screens.

I also sourced some colourful and appropriate stock photographs to complete the professional look my client requested.

Website

http://www.angelakelso.com

Technology Used

Adobe Comp
Adobe Dreamweaver
Adobe Fireworks
Adobe Photoshop

 

Ivory and Brass Music Lessons Website

Nicola Hopkinson of Ivory & Brass provides private music tuition in piano and brass instruments.

Nicola needed a new website and hosting package. A modern responsive website was the best option to promote her music lessons online.

After feedback from my client I came up with a suitable colour scheme for her website. Next we also looked at appropriate photographs for the site.

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A full width piano photograph was chosen as the main image on the front page. My client then took some photographs of her room where she teaches and these were added into the site. Finally we added some appropriate stock images.

The final stage was to make the site completely fluid and responsive for all Smartphones, Tablets, Laptops and Desktop computers.

Once my client was happy with the website I transferred the domain to my hosting and uploaded the website to it’s new home.

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Ivory and Brass Music Tuition

Technology Used

Adobe Dreamweaver
Adobe Fireworks
Adobe Photoshop

Sondh Associates Architecture and Design

I recently created a new website for this established Glasgow based Architect firm.

I used Adobe Muse to create the website. I found it fairly straightforward to use, but slightly lacking in customisation features. I had to export the website from Muse then open it in Dreamweaver and perform several html and css updates to each page before it was ready for uploading.

The software was great for Galleries and this allowed for a quick initial setup but once again lacked some customisation options that would have been very handy.

I now have room to expand the site in the future and create a responsive design.

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