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Babybluecampers is a local campervan hire company here in Newport on Tay, Fife. A clean and simple web site was required with the ability for customers to make a campervan booking on the site.

We chose to integrate the Planyo booking system SaaS and I built a responsive static site around that.

The software used to build the site included the triumvirate of Yeoman, Grunt and Bower. Those providing the scaffolding for SASSy CSS, Responive images using graphicsmagic plus imageoptim and finallyAssemble for templating.

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Piercarla Pirovano is an italian artist creating hand painted porcelain, the site showcases a selection of her creations. The site text is part Italian, part English.

The responsive design was built as a static web site using several tools: Grunt , SASS , graphicsmagic , imageoptim and the golang based static web site generator Hugo.

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In collaboration with Lorenzo Lorusso and with support from the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies History Fund.

The site describes the history of caricature in europe with special reference to its relationship with neuroscience.

The responsive design is text heavy and intended to mimic an academic journal in look. The site was built using the Punch static site generator.

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The personal art and writing of John Michael Wade. Defies description.

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A collaboration with Nicholas Wade and Marco Piccolino funded by the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS), it is intended to inform and promote the history of european neuroscience.

The site’s main feature is a gallery of ‘perceptual portraits’ which combine images of neuroscientists with images of their discoveries. Further funding is currently being sought with the intention of expanding the number of portraits available.

Built on Drupal-7 using HTML5 and a smattering of CSS3.

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Klassik Møbelkunst is all about classic design furniture, art, sculpture and architecture – buying, selling and discussing. It allows sellers and artists to list their items for sale free of charge.

Klassikmobelkunst.com was built on Drupal 6 and uses a handful of contributed drupal modules plus two small modules I wrote specifically for the site.

The visual design was created by Mandy Waite and converted to a bespoke Drupal theme by myself.

The site was handed over to webintegrations.co.uk in summer 2010.

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WaWiKi features the art of three couples: Nicholas and Christine Wade; Ludwig and Ingeborg Wilding; Wolfgang and Isolde Kiwus, not as individuals but rather as a collective, each contributing something to every artwork. It's hard to describe the art, so take a look.

The screen shot on the right features the home page.

The site is built on PHP (including phptemplate based templating), with XHTML, CSS and a smattering of Javascript.

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"Can you build a site using Drupal that will allow people to sign-up for our events online?" asked Hill-Logan, "Yes." was my answer.

Hill-Logan provide a range of services to organisations large and small, public and private. Part of their business involves hosting training events and seminars. The site, hill-logan.co.uk, allows Hill-Logan's clients to register to attend an event, receive reminders via e-mail, and communicate with the organisers. Even better it allows Hill-Logan staff to manage events, contact attendee's and email out relevant information.

Built on Drupal the site uses Signup, Event, Date, Calendar, CCK and Views modules, amongst others, and a custom built Drupal theme.

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