Catherine Chanter is a widely-published and award-winning author and poet, whose first full-length novel, The Well, was published in the UK on 5th March 2015 by Canongate, and in many other countries and languages during the course of the year.
The website was commissioned to support the launch of the book, and features an events calendar component and a slider displaying the covers of international editions.
Glebe Farmhouse is a 400-year-old, two-bedroomed converted cottage in beautiful North Devon. The property's owners needed to replace their old site with something that would work on mobile devices, and this new site is fully responsive and includes an image slideshow on every page.
Clear, simple design puts the site's compelling images front and centre, and updating of the tariff and availability page is simplified by the use of a dedicated holiday let component.
Cinnamon's old Wordpress site had been comprehensively hacked, and there was no alternative but to start again from scratch. We salvaged and cleaned their content and, retaining their existing logo and colour scheme in a new design, fulfilled their wish-list of new features - including a fully-featured online shop, integrated blog, automated subscriber discount scheme, and an online entry upload process for their poetry and prose competitions.
The transition from Wordpress to Joomla! was eased by the full, step-by-step documentation that we provide for every Zipfish site.
Young musician Callum Binns needed a website through which to offer guitar and vocal tuition, plus his services as a performer and composer.
This site includes an mp3 player, embedded YouTube video, and a password-protected area where students can download music and worksheets. With the expansion of Callum's teaching business, we have also added an online lesson booking component and an ecommerce extension enabling online payment and sale of gift vouchers.
Great Torrington Buildings Preservation Trust was formed to oversee the renovation of this historic building, which was closed for public use forty years ago when structural dilapidation made it unsafe. The brief was to build a website that would engage the public and others in the project, enable participation by supporters, volunteers and future users of the building, and - when the renovations are complete - promote the Town Hall as a first-rate resource available for community use.