Rambutanweb is here to satisfy your digital needs. Want some design work done? Maybe a small content management system installed? A personal site, a portfolio set up, or consultancy on web projects for something bigger. Whatever it is, Rambutanweb can help!
AQA Centre for Education and Research Policy - The AQA required an independent consultant to advise on suitable content management systems for their new CERP website prior to and during the design agency pitches.
There's more! You can also take a look at my current printed portfolio for 2013 (hosted by Blurb):
If you don't have Flash, don't worry - you should be able to click through to the Blurb website itself.
so WHO runs this show?
My name's Holly. I'm a web designer / developer based near London, in the UK. Feed me enough tea and progressive rock and amazing things will happen!
I've been working in the web industry for six years and have had experience with small companies, big corporate behemoths, charitable associations and entrepreneurial individuals. I've done this web gig for work and for fun, and I love it.
I'm easy to contact and work with, and offer very competitive rates. If you're new to this web thing, it's good to be aware that the prices will vary depending on what kind of organisation you are and what you want done. It's best to email me directly for a quote.
This is simple. I spent some time living in Malaysia as a child, rambutans are my favourite fruit! Similar to, but way better than lychees.
a list of SKILLS that I have
- HTML5 / CSS3 CODING
- FLUENCY IN WEB ACCESSIBILITY
- WORDPRESS THEME CREATION
- RHYTHMYX CONTENT MANAGEMENT
- PHP PROGRAMMING
- ADOBE SUITE CS6
- GRAPHIC DESIGN
- PRINT DESIGN
- BRANDING / LOGOS
- E-BOOK FORMATTING
- HTML EMAILS
STANDARDS I like to incorporate into my projects
More mobile devices than ever are being used to view websites so it's important to factor in this increasing customer base.
Accessibility ensures people of every physical capacity are able to view the site with as little hindrance as possible. This increases the site's popularity greatly.
User Experience Design
This sort of ties in to accessibility. It basically means streamlining the online experience so users are happy and confident with your service. A user who has a good experience is more likely to do business with you and recommend you to others.
The web is such a fast-moving environment that keeping up to date with the latest developments is really the only way to stay on top. Keeping to current web standards is a great way to ensure that people of all abilities and on all devices can get something out of your website, and keeps you one pace ahead of your competitors.
HTML5 / CSS3
These are the latest developments in web standards. HTML5 is aimed at de-cluttering websites and providing a more structured layout. CSS3 gives more flexibility to styling, to avoid ugly workarounds. I endeavour to adhere to both these standards in all my web work.