This is a hobby site, devoted to the unusual
and arcane subject of historical television presentation. There
are plenty of sites on this subject on the web, so this one focuses
on the ATV and schools presentation corners of the subject.
sub-TV is a showcase of many of my web skills,
as it contains DHTML menus, stylesheets, ASP, VBScript (within
package running on it.
The DHTML drop-down menus are available on any
is used on the reconstructed
A basic example of the use of forms and ASP to
increase interactivity with the site can be found at the Ripple
This is the Trust's pubilc site. There isn't
very much on it at the moment, but web sites are never finished!
The site has been developed adhering to the NHS
website guidelines so that it matches the NHS corporate image.
It includes a recruitment web application. Information
is added to the Trust's intranet server, and is uploaded automatically
to this public site, filtering jobs that are internal only.
Subject matter for the site, at the moment decided
by me, was settled on by thinking what I would want to know about
the hospitals if I was a member of the public who needed information.
There is general information about the hospitals, interior maps,
maps to show how to get to the hospitals, car parking details
(where to park and how much it is) and contact details.
General Hospitals Trust
This site, for the Trust's private healthcare
unit, was designed from existing information and solicited information,
and again tells visitors what they need to know - location, prices
and what to expect whilst at the clinic for treatment.
The site was intended to look upmarket, modern,
relevant and yet still be functional - the first priority for
a web site is to make accessing information on the site easy for
Recently made over to replace an old design,
this site concentrates on the various music projects I've been
involved in over the years.
This site was designed for a colleague at the
Trust. It is a simple site which shows what can be achieved given
little time to complete the job. In fact, more time was devoted
to the graphics than the web code itself.
Although built with time restrictions, it still
uses CSS and SSI as these speed up web development once implemented.
This is a site for the Private Healthcare Association,
which had to be redesigned from scratch as the company that designed
it previously made it static and unscaleable.
Information can now be added to it much more
quickly than before.
A members-only area is intended, which will run
a database application for keeping members' information up to
Another site that should be mentioned is the
Trust's intranet, which has taken up most of my efforts whilst
there so far. Of course, this is not visible outside the Trust's
network. However, it is highly regarded and well-used by the staff