I am Craig Cowling – a web designer based in Hull
I like to design websites that conform to web standards using current best practices, I am currently really interested in HTML5, CSS3 and Responsive Web Design (RWD) and how it can be used to deliver a common experience to users of any device.
Have a look at my portfolio and if you like what you see contact me to see if we can work together.
Hull IVF Unit
The old Hull IVF unit website was a static generated html website, I updated the site with a redesign to portray the unit's professional and trustworthy brand and installed a CMS so they were able to make there own basic updates...
Scunthorpe LIVES are a regional branch of the North Lincolnshire first respondes charity and do lots of great work helping to save lives. They needed a site to promote their work, help them raise money and to attract new volunteers. They also needed to be able updates the website...
Humberside Masonic Supplies Ltd
HMS Ltd needed to update their online store so that customers could place orders more easily and the business owner could make his own updates to the site. I designed a new look and feel for the site and provided a full e-commerce solution...
Alzheimer's Research UK, Yorkshire Network
The Yorkshire Network of Alzheimer's Researchers for Alzheimer's Research UK contacted me to create a website they could use promote their groundbreaking research and to help them work together more closely
Hull Sands, Neonatal Death Charity
Hull Sands is the local branch of the National UK Sands stillbirth and neonatal deaths charity. I was asked to produce a website which would compliment the look and feel of the national website and would be easily maintained and updated by the owner.
Victoria Dock Village Hall Community Association
The Victoria Dock Village Hall Community Association needed a simple but effective website to enable them to display news, events and announcements relating to the local area. They also wanted to use the site to promote and sell the rooms they have available for hire at the village hall.