Hi. I'm Vincent and I work with digital media. My down to earth approach to design leads to good relationships with my clients. Over the years, I have learnt to keep the techno babble down to a minimum when suggesting creative solutions to whatever projects and challenges are thrown at me. I have been described as 'a media guru' with a wide range of skills and experience from performance art to e-commerce.
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"Vincent has maintained a professionalism throughout building my site. I have the greatest confidence in his technical abilities. He clearly explains any details, avoiding techno babble. I thoroughly recommend working with such a creative individual and as testament I continue to do so."
I commissioned Vincent to set up e-newsletters for my gallery. He created the most amazing template which matched my web site profile perfectly. He displayed the patience of a saint in teaching me how to use the software, which has saved me thousands of pounds in printers bills. Vincent knows instinctively what you want and just gets on and does it, such a rare quality these days.
Vince was professional and simplified the process of building my site. He followed through with all the directives in a measured way and stuck to my brief without feeling the need to impose his own ideas, where it wasn`t necessary. Thank you so much – I love it and would like to recommend him for website construction and management.
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A new avenue of marketing for the Barbican Theatre, the information screens around the campus.×
|Main Website||The site is built on top of wordpress, providing Martina with the desired content control. There is an embedded gallery on the home page which is configured to display the images of posts added to a category. This makes it easy for her to edit.||Photoshop, HTML, Wordpress, CSS, JQuery|
Working with style guides and ensuring ease of use for non techy folk, I built a html template and implemented it into Mailchimp software. The emails are responsive meaning the look good on any screen size.
Tim is a freelance photographer specialising in Devonshire landscapes and yacht photography. Tim asked me to build a new website from scratch. He wanted a new gallery with paypal purchase options and integration into flickr. For Tim's site, flickr is used as the storage and organisation of his photos, an interface he already knew how to use.
|Main Website||The project was to be responsive to fit all screen sizes. I added a gallery that pulls images from flickr using their API. I also set up and integrated a paypal account, allowing Tim to sell prints of his shots.||Photoshop, HTML, JQuery, paypal, flickr API, JSON, Kube CSS, Pulse CMS|
The theatre asked me to bring their company up to date digitally. They wanted to modernise with a particular focus on social media. I updated the existing site by implementing a social sharing bar. It dynamically links to the theatres social network pages. It is important to maintain a good social appearance so I spearheaded an action plan to continually update the barbicans social presence with images, comments and videos. A routine was established, the Theatre continues to be very active online and has seen an increase in ticket sales as a result.
|Main Website||The main site was updated with social media integrated. A Twitter feed and a Flickr gallery were placed in the sidebar along with direct links to other social sites. A social bar was added to the bottom, bringing facebook, youtube, search and language translation to the site.||Custom CMS, HTML, JQuery, Socialbar, twitter, flickrshow|
|Interactive Performance Grid||The In The Flesh festival happens once a year at the theatre. The festival always has last minute changes so I was tasked with building an interactive 'Whats On Grid' that could easily be updated. It was live on the internet and installed at the festival to help people find out what was on and where.||Custom CMS, HTML, JQuery, Kiosk|
|Keeping the Social network busy and connecting to new audiences.|
|Announcing new project developments and up coming shows.|
|flickr||Keeping the visual side of the theatre up to date, photographing shows and posting promo images.||flickr, Canon 30D|
|youtube||Editing and posting promo and behind the scenes videos.||Youtube, Adobe Premier, Panasonic 3ccd|
I built HTML email templates and integrated them into software so that non technically minded people could manage and create stylish, professional emails. These display properly on a pc, mac or mobile device and are sent out weekly during high season
As part of a mass scale theatre and dance project, the largest Plymouth has ever seen, I was asked to be responsible for the online media and marketing. This included an in depth social media strategy, that I devised and led a team of six young interns to create a buzz about the project and encourage sales to final performances.
The Project was addressing the issues of migration, how it affects the community and individual lives. Eight different artistic organisations worked together during the research, design and productions stages of the project.
|Main Website||The main site was designed to reflect the notion of travel and migration. It is built on Expression Engine so that non technically minded people can easily contribute and edit content||Expression Engine CMS, HTML, JQuery|
|Resource Application||The project has a legacy that is intended for teachers and students to use during their study. Many hours of video were shot and edited and placed into to application. The app is powered by JQyery with Expression Engine utilised to allow easy content editing and publishing.||Expression Engine CMS, HTML, JQuery, Youtube|
|Project Blog||To initiate a buzz about any project it is important to have a blog. Here you can share the excitement with your audience as things progress. This blog was designed and setup by myself with contributing content coming from my young marketing team.||Wordpress CMS, HTML, JQuery, Addthis social sharing|
|Main Website||Starting from the box office, users scan a QR code with a smart phone or tablet. They are then taken on a journey around Plymouths Barbican, guided by audio story and images.||HTML, JQuery, Google Maps, Smart Phone or Tablet, Sound Cloud|
Engineers Interactive Learning Platform
As a freelance designer, I was asked to build animated and illustrated assets for an online e-learning platform. I was given strict specification sheets to follow ensuring my designs met the highest standard and maintained continuity with the rest of the project.
|Flash Assets - Illustration and Animation||The project was to assist engineers in learning how to maintain machinery. The construction and components of engines, control panels and principles of physics underpinning their functionality.||Flash, Illustrator, Photoshop, Action Script 2.0|
Sylvie approached me to build her a simple brochureware (simple home business) website to showcase here talents as a portrait painter. She wanted an interactive gallery and an about section all on a tight budget. For Sylvie the colour scheme of the site was important, she wanted soft pastel colours that allowed the pictures to 'pop' out of the screen.
|Main Website||The project was on a tight budget and had a focus on simplicity. This allows the portraits to be seen at their best.||Photoshop, HTML, JQuery|
Working part time for ATV Studio I was asked to create a website with rich multimedia content that was easily editable. The site advertises the services of The Crispy Pig, a hog roast committed to culinary excellence.
|Main Website||The project was built on a CMS (content management system) allowing the company easy access to upload new pictures, videos and change text. There is a video, edited by myself, custom built flash slide shows and flexible navigation system.||Joomla CMS, Photoshop, Premier Pro, HTML, JQuery, Flash|
Tim is a freelance photographer specialising in Devonshire landscapes and yacht photography. Tim asked me to revamp his old website with a new gallery, interactive map, video and integration into flickr. For Tim's site, flickr is used as the storage and organisation of his photos, an interface he already knew how to use.
|Main Website||The project was an update from an old flat html (little interactivity) site. I added flickr integration and a smooth gallery for customers to brows his photos. I also set up and integrated a paypal account, allowing Tim to sell prints of his shots.||Photoshop, HTML, JQuery, Flash, paypal, flickr|