Studio Websites – New sculptor website
A US based sculptor commissioned a modern, fully responsive WordPress portfolio to replace his old HTML website. This is a large site with ten galleries displaying around eighty images of his wonderful work. Visit site
What factors affect page load speed on an artist’s website?
Websites for artists tend to be media rich - lots of galleries and images. If poorly designed, a media rich web page (such as a gallery or home page slider) can take a long time to download which will discourage your visitors from browsing your website. Worse still,...
Website for an oil painter
Recently, we were asked to design a website for an artist who specialises in painting portraits in oils on fine canvases. Just starting out, the artist only had a small portfolio of work, so a simple 'entry level' site suited his needs very well - a home page, two...
Why can’t I see the most recent version of my website?
A common problem when we ask you to review a link to a development website is that you can't see the changes we have made on a web page. We have definitely make the changes, so what's going on? Computers save web pages to speed up browsing In most cases, the problem...
Website for a sculptor
We were recently asked to create a website for a sculptor. Sculptural work can present a challenge for traditional lightbox galleries because ideally the thumbnail needs to show the complete sculpture. If the images to be shown are a mixture of portrait images, this...
A website re-design for an artist
We have just re-designed a website for a textile artist. Her old site was created in HTML over seven years ago. Technology has moved on since then. All new sites need to be mobile responsive so that they display optimally on mobile devices such as phone and tablets,...
New artist website launch – Sept 2016
A simple website for an artist with a small portfolio of work. View site
Artist website launch – Sept 2016
A stylish site for a ceramic artists based in Washington, USA Visit site
New animal portrait artist website – August 2016
A simple two-gallery website for an animal portrait artist based in the UK. Visit site
The Colours, Fonts And Layout Of A Webpage Can Vary From Computer To Computer. Why Is This?
The colours on any website are set by hex codes eg #f2f2f. However, a web designer can do no more than set the hex code. How the colour actually appears on any computer screen will depend on factors like the computer’s settings, the browser used (and version of the...