Simply put, a web card is a powerful way to present your business details, all in one place, optimized for mobile devices. As you are probably aware, internet access from mobile devices surpassed desktop access about 12 months ago, so it is more important than ever for businesses to have a mobile-friendly presence. Web cards provide a convenient way to achieve this:
Click or tap on this next image to view my web card online:
As you can see, all the key information is presently clearly, in a mobile-friendly format. It works just as well on desktops and laptops, of course!
I expect you’ve seen them; you know, those square, black and white images on posters, signs, adverts etc. Many websites and companies will charge you for producing them, or restrict their commercial use, or make it hard to use them without a fee.
I’ve found a great site where you can create your own, personalised QR code for free, and use it commercially!
I am pleased to have developed a new website for an amazing woodcarver, sculptor, and artist named Julian Stanley. The brief was to showcase high-resolution images of his work in a gallery, with simple navigation. Please visit his site by clicking the image below:
I am delighted to have been asked to develop a new Facebook page for an important local building, All Saints’ Church, Brockhampton.
This beautiful church lies in the village of Brockhampton, near Ross-on-Wye, in Herefordshire. It is widely recognised as one of the most important Arts & Crafts buildings of the early 20th century and was described by the architectural historian Nikolaus Pevsner as “one of the most impressive and convincing churches of its date in any country“.
All Saints’ was designed and built by the renowned architect William Lethaby, one of the leading lights of the Arts & Crafts Movement, and was completed in 1902. The building is Grade I listed in recognition of its architectural importance.