Thy Kingdom Come required a set of icons to differentiate the three event types: Prayer Event, Beacon Event and Cathedral Beacon Event. The icons needed to be visually simple and also both culturally and denominationally neutral; TKC is an ecumenical project. They also needed to fit in with the existing theme and branding.The new Thy Kingdom Come (TKC) website is now live and uses a bespoke icon set made by Gingerling Design.
A new logo for Saint Marks Church, Stockland Green. The logo is based on their new stained glass window. We also built them a new website, shared with their sister church.
A new website and logo for All Saints Church, Gravelly Hill Birmingham
Following the success of a previous project, I was asked to tidy up and move a second archive of 650 legal documents dated 2000 to 2010. The end result of the project is the following two pages: November 2000 to July 2005 Group of Sessions November 2005 to July 2010 Group of Sessions This project […]
Working with the executive of NECN following the loss of their website, emails and twitter accounts, I did an audit of their digital presence and created a plan to rebuild. Following this consultation period I created a new logo, colour scheme and WordPress website for them. The website is fully integrated (inbound and outbound) with […]
I subtitled 100 videos and social edits for the award winning Thy Kingdom Come campaign.
I project managed the migration/re-creation of a substantial archive of legal document pdf’s, specifically 800+ General Synod papers, agendas voting results and similar from 2011-2018. In addition to the pdf archive, I also created 18 pages new pages and a meta-tag schema, added sound-cloud files and created a menu structure to make the pages as informative and user friendly as possible.
I project managed the transfer of a news archive with 350+ posts from an old/buggy proprietary system to a new Drupal website. Working to a very tight deadline, I moved all news items 2015-2017 on The Archbishop of Canterbury’s website site.
I project managed the creation of an 800 page archive of reference material for a Drupal website, using HTML extracted from 350 epub files and 300 images. I put all of Common Worship, including the Psalter, additional liturgy, seasonal resources and Presidents editions on-line, in html form. All formatting had to be maintained exactly as it is printed in the books. I worked to a tight deadline, keeping the project on track through technical difficulties.
A new logo and website for St Mary’s Church, Clitheroe. The website has features to minimise and share the workload of keeping the site up to date. The site has six news contributors and auto-publishes content to social media. There is also a donations function.