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    With the craze of single page website design taking us all by storm, here is a collection of three sites I have designed and developed. Each has it's own personality and purpose ranging from a personal exhibition, a Christmas competition and a multi-artiste event.
    Languages involved:            Applications involved:
    • HTML5                                • Adobe Illustrator
    • CSS3                                    • Adobe Photoshop
    • jQuery                                 • Coda
    • Canvas
  • Site 1: 25 Days of Giving
    The main purpose of this site was to embrace my exisiting Twitter followers, gain more and have fun giving away free stuff. The mechanic behind the site was simple, if you followed me on Twitter then you'd be in with a chance to receive one of my illustrations as a poster. A draw was taken daily, a random draw I might add, and one of my followers was selected, notified and sent a piece of artwork. 
    I decided to go down this route as we all know how hard it is to find time to take part in projects around Christmas and I wanted to make this as easy as possible, well - pressing a single button simple that is, and it worked - I re-ignited conversations with past followers, gained new followers and had a ton of fun along the way.
    The site includes
    • Smooth scrolling
    • Illustrations & fun type
    • Free wallpapers
    • Interactive canvas elements in the footer (go and have a play - it's fun!)
    Site2: Personal exhibition
    One of the major highlights of 2012 was to be my first ever solo exhibition. Throughout my career I've had the pleasure of having my work featured in all manner of places including the BBC, DesignWeek, OFFF Festival, Creative Review and a whole host of awesome places - and this got me thinking - why don't I put on my own show... How hard could it be!
    Believe me, it's no easy feat - from sourcing the paper, to organising the print, music and hanging of the artwork there's an immense amount of work involved and this is even before you've been able to PR it! This is where this delightful single page came in, a splash of my work and a floating astronaught - what more could you want! 
    The site includes:
    • Illustrations and fun type
    • Animated elements
    • Social interactivity
    Site 3: LOLCAT Teh Exhibishun
    One of the best things about being an all round creative is the fun you get to have when your exhibiting in an exhibition to help an awesome charity, but to also be allowed carte blanche to create their online presence.
    LOLCAT Teh Exhibishun is an event to encapsulate the craze of online cat antics sweeping the world, artwork and other creative Jiggery Pokery from an array of fantastic people will be on show at an exhibition being hosted in Londons Framers Gallery.
    I wanted the site to contain all the fun elements of the area, with bobbing cats heads, a feline navigation, an ever changing 'cat wall' and a hashtag feed to keep all you purry people abreast of the LOLCAT's antics.
    Site includes:
    • Smooth scrolling
    • Interactive branding
    • Animated elements
    • Large type
    • Subdude colour palette
    • Social feed

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