Welcome to my web site!

Hi, my name is Graham Robinson and I'm a web designer/developer living in the Lake District in the North West of England.
The purpose of this site is to demonstrate my web design/developer skills by providing a central location of all the sites/pages I have created to date.
I will be gradually adding new features and content to the site over time and will be keeping it up to date with whatever I'm currently working on.

Projects so far...

Link to Fresh Pastures site

Fresh Pastures

Easy to use website created for a new business that provides paddock and grassland maintenance services. The design was based around the nature of the business which gives a 'fresh' look and feel to the site.

Link to Gallaber Farm site

Gallaber Farm

Simple, static site that is bright and fresh. The site has a fixed width design which is clear and easy to use. Most images throughout the site can be viewed at a higher resolution by clicking on the smaller ones.

Link to Cumbria Woodturners Association site

Cumbria Woodturners Association

Another woodturning site! This one is for a local woodturning club and was a complete re-design and build. The site has a fixed width design for larger screens. It includes 2 dynamic photo galleries that use PHP and a MySQL database, both of which can be easily updated online.

Link to Bill Robinson - Segmented Woodturner site

Bill Robinson - Segmented Woodturner

This site has been created for my father to display his woodturning creations. This is my first 'liquid' site design which works at a screen width of 800 pixels and above and doesn't break when the user changes the text size in their web browser. It's a very image rich site that has been constructed entirely using XHTML & CSS.

Link to Robinson's Cycles site

Robinson's Cycles

This is a fictitious cycle store & web site produced for part of my college course. The course unit was for web development, so more time was spent on writing code than the actual design. It was originally written using ASP and connected to an Access database, but because I wanted to learn more about PHP and MySQL, I recently decided to convert the whole site to this different server technology and database. This new version is also much more cross browser/platform compatible.

If you have any queries or comments about any of the sites/pages I have created, you can get in touch using the Contact page.
I am always interested to hear about what other people think of my sites, so if you really like something or have any ideas for improvement, please let me know.