Project archive: New and Notable

Daisy Christodoulou

Author website for Daisy Christodoulou, the Director of Education at No More Marking, a provider of online Comparative Judgement software for schools, and the author of three books about education: Teachers vs Tech, Making Good Progress, and Seven Myths about Education.


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Dulwich Books

An award-winning independent and much-loved bookshop, Dulwich Books has been serving its local community for over 30 years. We worked with them to create an attractive new ‘one page’ site which will be flexible enough to change as the business evolves, using WordPress and the Divi Builder.


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Erich Segal

Erich Segal (June 16, 1937 – January 17, 2010) was an American author, screenwriter, and Classics Professor. He was best known for writing the phenomenally successful novel Love Story (1970), and the hit major motion picture of the same name.

We worked with his literary estate to launch a new website in time for the 50th anniversary of the first publication of Love Story – designed to showcase Erich’s achievements in the fields of writing, academic and sport. We wish we could have met Erich while he was alive, but working on this website alongisde those who did know him was the next best thing.


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Faber Factory

Faber Factory is a eBook conversion and distribution service created by Faber, which represents over 100 of the finest independent publishers in the world, helping them achieve strong sales results and sharing with them our unique digital publishing insights.

We created a new single-page site to summarise their service offering and clients, and reflect the results of a recent re-branding exercise.


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Geoffrey Gudgion

Website for Geoffrey Gudgion, who writes stories with a subtle, other-worldly twist.


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Joelle Izack / Opal Iden

A pair of websites for an American romance novelist who writes under two different pen names – the sites use the same underlying structure and basic theme, with two different ‘skins’.


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New Welsh Review

Founded in 1988 as the successor to The Welsh Review (1939-1948), Dock Leaves and The Anglo-Welsh Review (1949-1987), New Welsh Review is Wales’s foremost literary magazine in English.

After undertaking an initial consultancy exercise funded by the Welsh Books Council into the options for digital publishing that would work best for NWR, we designed and built a new website for New Welsh Review, which uses WordPress and WooCommerce to allow them to sell books, magazines and subscriptions – with subscribers also receiving access to an extensive archive of online articles, and a library of digital back issues delivered via our partner Circular Software’s Masterplan system.

The site also acts as the home for the New Welsh Writing Awards, and as a submissions portal for non-fiction, short fiction and poetry.


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Return of a Native

Photographer and writer Joanna Wing explores the lives of creative people and their relationship to place, in photo-essays enlivened by extensive research and links to further reading and musical accompaniments.


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Saraband 2020

Saraband is an award-winning independent publisher of outstanding fiction, absorbing nature writing, pressing environmental issues and compelling memoir. Over the last quarter century, they have provided a platform for underrepresented and marginalised voices that are often overlooked, championing diversity and inclusion as part of our commitment to excellence – and to their readers of all ages, backgrounds and personal identities, wherever they may live.

This is the second version of the Saraband website we have created.


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The University Press Group (UPG)

The University Press Group (UPG) is jointly owned by the University Presses of California, Columbia and Princeton and is responsible for the sales of their print books in the UK and Ireland, Europe, The Middle East and Africa.

We created a simple website to showcase recent titles published by UPG presses, and highlight positive review coverage, as well as making it easy for anyone to download catalogues.


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