Website Design by JCC
An arts organisation and gallery in Upper Nithsdale.
CAMPLE LINE have regular screenings of art films and needed a comprehensive events calendar linked to a variety of different themes that they are running.
CAMPLE LINE knew how they wanted their website to look. We made it happen for them.
Website for a local genealogical group.
A responsive website built with WordPress making it easy for the group to manage their own site.
Website for a holiday home
Responsive web design in WordPress linking in with Air BnB booking system.
We also help the accommodation providers with Search Engine Optimisation in a competitive market.
Author Website Design
Scottish Crime Writer Jackie Baldwin needed a website to promote her new book and blog tour.
We designed it in WordPress, made some printed promotional bookmarks and helped with social media design and integration.
Jackie's work is published on Killer Reads, an imprint of Harper Collins.
Website for an Art Gallery in Dalbeattie
A responsive site that we designed and maintain for art exhibitions, workshops and other events.
We also help the Nail Factory by designing posters and flyers for print and online promotion.
Logo Design by JCC
Rebranding design for cutting edge designer of "Unique Small Buildings".
By using colour I have emphasised the “eco” and the “h” (representing a dwelling) and “ho” (house) elements within their carefully considered name.
Featured on George Clarke's Amazing Spaces and many other media outlets.
We also designed and printed leaflets and business cards.
McMurdoston have Self Catering and Bed & Breakfast Accommodation.
We help them to increase their visitor numbers by integrating their website with an online booking system, by keeping their design consistent and by helping with their search engine optimisation.
This project started as just B&B but after some time, the website was added to to include newly renovated Self Catering byres.
Artist Website Design
Slipware potter Hannah McAndrew needed a website to promote her ceramics and link with her social networking.
She has a number of image galleries which display the different types of work she makes.
The tree design was scanned from one of Hannah's slip trailed plates and integrated into the design.
Artist Website Design
Potter and JCC partner Ruth needed multiple galleries on a site to promote her work and wanted to include her Instagram images on the front page so that the most current work was available for people to see.
Most of the photography on this site was taken in-house.