In this section of my portfolio, I am showcasing a selection of websites that I have created.
Tanzania Conservation website (work in progress)
I am proud to showcase my final project, the Tanzania Conservation website, which was completed as part of the Creative Computing UX/UI boot camp I recently graduated from. The primary goal of this project was to create a functional design that prioritized the charity’s needs.
Throughout this project, I followed a design process that began with extensive research and continued through ideation to the final design idea. As a result, I was able to develop a fully functional Figma prototype that effectively meets the charity’s requirements.
Figma prototype: Tanzania Conservation website
Stroud Community Agriculture’s website
One of my most recent designs is for Stroud Community Agriculture’s website.
To improve the website, I designed and developed a custom WordPress theme to replace the existing one. I advised on the arrangement of the content and created some new features, such as the ‘Recipes’ custom post type, which allows users to filter through recipes using various options. I also created the banner illustration featuring one of the farm’s locations.
Live website: Stroud Community Agriculture
Cotswold Archaeology Virtual Museum
From concept to implementation, I designed the UX and UI and executed it as a WordPress website. For this project, I adapted and customized an existing WordPress theme (Kadence) to fit the museum’s needs. I also took most of the photographs of the museum’s objects and created a few of the 3D models myself.
Link to the live website: Cotswold Archaeology Virtual Museum
Roman Research Trust website
One of my older commissioned work. For this project, I created four versions of the design with two colour schemes and worked closely with the client to make adjustments until they were satisfied with the final product. I then developed a custom WordPress theme to implement the chosen design. Both the client and I were pleased with the outcome.
Live website: Roman Research Trust
Crop rotation app
A personal project that I had a lot of fun working on, especially creating these funky vector illustrations of the vegetables. There are 50 of them! A user can create a 4-year rotation plan for the vegetable garden. It’s based on good practice of rotating various families of plants to help to keep them healthy and pest free.
Live website: Crop Rotation App