Thrown In Stone Company Branding
I designed a full re-brand for Thrown in Stone, a small Leeds based ceramic company. This work was produced whilst studying on the FdA Web Design course.
The logo was designed using sand, stone and earth colours to represent the colours of the products which the company produces. The logo was also designed with a two colour and black and white version.
A brand guidelines document was created in order for the brand to have a consistent style. The manual describes the usage of the logo and correct typefaces, as well as other information.
Lastly, other items were produced such as Business Cards, Document Templates and Bag Tags.
Ryan Fitton University Portfolio
During the 2nd year of the FdA Web Design course, I was tasked with creating a portfolio website which would showcase specific work from the duration of the course.
The solution was to build a Responsive WordPress powered website. The website is built using valid HTML5 and CSS3.
Orca Home Solutions
This is a website developed for a large home maintenance company whilst studying at university. The client wanted a website which would showcase his company’s range of services and skills.
The solution was to build a static brochure style website which has further detail on the services offered. A contact form was added to make it easy for customers to contact the company for any further enquires.
I was passed design files for this website by a colleague and it was my task to efficiently build this website. The website uses semantic and valid HTML and CSS code.
Type Trump Cards
These three set of cards were produced for an assignment on the FdA Web Design course. These were created in Adobe InDesign, they are inspired from the TypeTrump cards by Face37. However in no way are they affiliated with Face37.
Twickr (Twitter and Flickr Mashup)
This website was created for me to gain more confidence with APIs, specifically Twitter and Flickr. The website will search for images tagged and Tweets mentioning the search request made by the visitor.
This is a re-design of my personal website. This new design uses HTML5 features such as local storage and CSS3 features such as text transitions. The website also uses Media Queries allowing it to be responsive. All pages and CSS files are valid where available. The website is built upon the WordPress framework to allow for easier management.