Since 2018, I have worked with local group, Friends of Dronfield Station, and developed them a new and modern website. As with other clients, the brief was for the site to be much more visual, with large images and interactive elements, such as sliders and galleries, as well as ensuring ease of access for mobile devices. One area that was important to the client was to have a "members" section, where people would be able to download archived newsletters from a password protected page. The two main colours that are featured are taken from the group's logo, and work well together to create a look that looks much "cleaner" than the previous design. The website is updated periodically with news items and other developments at the station. You can view it for yourself by heading to www.friendsofdronfieldstation.org.uk
From the client:
"We continue to work closely with James as we develop the online following for our group. James is always quick to response and delivers exactly as we ask, and regularly keeps in touch. We'd recommend him to anyone wishing to work with a speedy, reliable and dedicated web designer."