An updating of the popular Powder Metallurgy International website and sister site Metal-AM.
Working with the University and the Museum on an Arts and Humanities Research Council funded research project : Bearers of The Cross The primary aim is to develop new knowledge and understanding of the lived, material religion of medieval crusaders through a wide-ranging analysis of the texts, art, architecture and material culture associated with crusader belief…. Read more »
Initial designs for a new Inventory website about Welsh Battlefields for the Welsh Government. The website will feature a rich multilingual map interface fronting the collection of ~800 Welsh battlefields.
Full stack developer Bespoke theme and plugin development for a CMS solution; for Wolverhampton City Museums and Archives Service Extremely short timeline – with possible loss of Wolverhampton contract on failure Agile Software Development Sole Developer, Tester and Designer High Quality expectations www.wolverhamptonart.org.uk Background Wolverhampton Arts and Museums service has been a long term client… Read more »
Design for Tillingbourne Trails’ new website – to come mid 2016. The Heritage Lottery Funded (HLF) project will focus on the wonderful and unique industrial heritage of the Tillingbourne Valley and will encourage the villages along the valley to research and record its unique industrial past that has stamped its character on their communities. Leather, Paper, Iron, Gunpowder and… Read more »
I designed and built the collections and events hub website for Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Bilston Craft Gallery, Bantock House Museum and Wolverhampton City Archives. The site comprises multiple layouts for the venue locations and events, a high impact homepage, plus other custom implementations built on the eponymous Event Manager and my lightweight MOBy template.
A Thousand Years of Building with Stone is a 3½ year long project being run by Herefordshire & Worcestershire Earth Heritage Trust and funded through the Heritage Lottery Fund. They are recording, cataloguing and untangling the history of stone use in heritage buildings across Herefordshire and Worcestershire. Helping us to do this are an ever expanding… Read more »
Adventures with Web GL: 1 A relatively simple animation experiment to create a WebGL solar system with three.js exploring texturing, transparency, motion with compounded motions, camera movement and point lighting. One or more moons orbit the planets. The planets rotate about their own axis, and the planetary systems in turn orbit the Sun. Most of the planetary orbits lie on the ecliptic plane… Read more »
WebGL promises to offer a lot of exciting possibilities in the near future. There are already some games out there and it seems to me that it will at some point be responsible for the ultimate demise of Flash – which has been in decline for several years now. I have some history with the aforementioned Flash and… Read more »