Haven Grove Studio

Over the course of developing my music studio and subsequent guitar building workshop, the need to showcase this in some way became apparent. Creating a one page design, which I have always been infatuated with, was one way in order to do this in a suitable and stylish way. It builds on previous designs made […]

Unleash Education

As I began to write more and more, and want to share my experiences and resources in teaching with others, it became necessary to move these articles into their own space. I launched Unleash Education, a sub-blog of my site, to host all of my teaching articles, and ideas, theories, and essays on education. FEATURES: […]

Don Stevens

A while back Don Stevens came to me and asked about updating his website. He writes reviews and articles on sausages, of all varieties and types. When he initially started this as a hobby, he turned (as most people do – even myself) to Blogger.com. This suited his needs initially, but as it became more […]

Pukeatua Primary School – SchooledUpIT

As my second contract to design for SchooledUpIT, they have arranged a website refresh build for Pukeatua Primary School in Wainuiomata. The previous site had not been updated since 2006, and was not only very old in design, the content was less than current. Initially, most of the content has been copied over from their […]

Our Lady of the Rosary – SchooledUpIT

As my first contract to design for SchooledUpIT, they have arranged a website refresh build for Our Lady of the Rosary school in Lower Hutt. Initially, most of the content has been copied over from their previous website, as well as the initial photos and media. The design has been updated to current aesthetics and […]

Al Ingham.com – Impressive IV

For a while now I have been developing a web design wordpress theme to work in with Bartaz’s ‘Impress.JS’ script, which uses CSS to animate a slide show. I’ve taken this one step further and built a website around it. I’ve always enjoyed the idea of building a website around a large canvas and switching […]

Arakura School – 2014

Recently I have begun work on this web design of re-designing Arakura School’s website. Often the first place people will go (I know I often do) when researching about a school is to their web-page. And there are plenty of schools out there where the design is poor to reasonably poor. Ultimately that can be […]

Arakura School – 2013

Recently I have begun work on re-designing the work website. Often the first place people will go (I know I often do) when researching about a school is to their web-page. And there are plenty of schools out there where the design is poor to reasonably poor. Ultimately that can be a very big factor […]

Life Impact Centre – 2013

This project has been one in the making. Life Impact Centre contacted me back in June 2012 to see if I would be able to design their website for them. After a few emails and a meeting to discuss a timeline, I finally was able to make a start on this over the Christmas holidays. […]

Hutt City Auto Electrical – 2013

With the recent purchase of the company, my brother needed a new face to Hutt City Auto Electrical. After designing a logo for the company, it was time to update the website to suit. We came up with a list of WordPress themes that he thought were suitable. He wanted a responsive web design to […]

Al Ingham.com – Wallbase II – 2012

Wallbase is another WordPress theme that I’ve taken and modified (within the Terms of Use) to suit my own website. It features fullscreen photos that I upload in WordPress as a slide. It then rotates through each of the slides as requested. I have installed a range of plugins, including the ability to load in […]

Al Ingham.com – Impress – 2012

Impress.js is a framework that builds a slideshow presentation in a browser window. It allows for transitions that you don’t normally get in programmes like Keynote or Powerpoint, and also allows for zooms and 3D transitions. I figured that seeing as it was operating in a browser, that essentially you could build a website using it. I […]