Website created for Lancaster-based company Mindful Metta.
Designed for the arts-based publication Back&Beyond.
Website developed for Fast Foot Press.
Website created for Bevington's Catering.
This unique on-line resource was commissioned by the School of Forensic Science, UCLan to provide students with key information about archaeological field methods and in the promotion of research.
This website was designed to promote the work of Blackburn-based artist Julia Swarbrick of Swarbie Arts.
Designed for Lancaster-based artist, Manjeet Lamba, the website presents a range of the artists' eclectic work as well as details of exhibitions and biographical information.
This learning resource was created as an aid to field archaeology, providing step-by-step instructions on field techniques, and using case study material from the Kintyre area of Scotland. Used by students at the University of Central Lancashire.
Website created for Alexander Technique teacher Ceri Mumford.
This online resource was designed to provide key information on British earthworm species and includes physiological, habitat and behavioral characteristics.
This online resource presents the result of archaeological research undertaken at a series of Bronze Age tombs in Scotland. Used as both a teaching resource and a research tool by staff and students at the University of Central Lancashire.
An online resource designed to explore the field results from excavations at Wayland's Smithy long barrow. Used by staff and students at the University of Central Lancashire for teaching and research.
Developed for the Merseyside International Brigades Network a voluntary organisation that undertakes research into the contribution of the Merseyside volunteers to the defense of the Spanish Republic during the Spanish Civil War.