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Stitch Exhibition Fabrics
Stitch Exhibition Fabrics is a creative and vibrant company that specialises in supplying and installing fabrics to the events and exhibition industries in the UK.
Working with the industries top designers who excel at creating unique and affordable ways of branding to give your show that high profile image.
Stitch wanted to show their work in a image format to give clients a feel as to the nature of the work that they do.
The solution for the site was to display the images as a showcase to show it’s work with clients in major exhibition venues and outdoor events. Stitch wanted an image based site as being the major emphasis of the work that they do.
Stitch Exhibition Fabrics – Design and Development
Campbeltown Community Orchard & Garden
Campbeltown Community Orchard & Garden (CCOG) is a charity based organisation. Helping increase awareness of Kintyre’s environment and working with disadvantaged groups and individuals through the work that is carried out in the garden. The garden has proven to be an effective placement for Community Payback placements enabling offenders to make a positive contribution to the local community.
The role of the website was to increase knowledge and understanding of CCOG’s aims and ambitions are and inform the local community of it’s activities and events. The site was to provide information through the different sections of the site.
Campbeltown Community Orchard & Garden – Design and Development
Kintyre Amateur Swimming Club
Kintyre Amateur Swimming Club was re-formed in 2006 with the opening of the Aqualibrium, a state of the art 6 lane 25 metre swimming pool.
The club is affiliated to the Scottish Amateur Swimming Association has achieved the ‘swiMark’ and competes in the West District.
Kintyre ASC is a friendly club, in which swimmers, volunteer coaches and parents work together to achieve individual and team success.
Kintyre ASC – Design and Development
Campbeltown Grammar School
Campbeltown Grammar School is located in Argyll and takes pupils from S1-S6. The school’s website needed updating to reflect the ongoing interest from students and parents for more information and communication with the school. The site design was built around the three main groups, staff, students and parents. This would allow each group to access their own section within the site, giving them up to date information.
This design was not used, due to a change in policy by Argyll & Bute Council. They decided on using a basic and poor template format for all schools across Argyll. You can see it here
Campbeltown Grammar School – Design