The official website of UK based independent wrestling promotion ATTACK! Pro Wrestling, with a strong focus on driving users to the companies different shopping and video channels while advertising the live events that they run across the country.
Working to put across the company ideals of Train Fight Win, I recently worked with Fight Club: PRO, a Wolverhampton based wrestling company to develop their first official website.
A WordPress based database created to log all of the episodes of the Get Up On This podcast allowing users to find out when topics were first mentioned on the show and to vote on if they like or dislike the topics.
Created for fans of the London based PROGRESS wrestling, this online multiplayer trumps game brings the fun of table top gaming to browser windows and tablet devices and improves on the original format with statistics that are always updating and giving a new spin to the game.
This bespoke web application was created for my Final Year Project and allows users to plan their journey to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe ahead of time by taking into account the shows they want to see, the distance between venues and how important it is that they see shows.
Removing the background from a photo effectively can for some reason be the hardest part of designing graphics for different purposes. I recently helped wrestling company wXw with this by cutting out a number of photos for them from a photoshoot.
A university project to design and create a complete bespoke WordPress theme and website for a local event venue, while following current best practice and with a focus on responsive design and optimising delivery to mobile devices.
A group university project to develop a pub website for the Navigation Inn, Gnosall. The website required the development of a bespoke CMS system and allowed for a number of meetings with the client for feedback and further development.
As part of an online wrestling fan community I have recently been taking part in a draft game with a focus being to design a set of 4 to 5 match graphics per game.