Student projects are denoted with a:student project

Mr Flight Finder • Manchester, UK

This build was for a client who was seeking an inviting homepage featuring a MailChimp signup for low airfare deals via e-mail, as well as a departure board-style sidebar that could be updated with recent low cost airfare finds. A redesign of the logo was also done by us. The site was built with WordPress.

View the site here.

[Technology Company] • London, UK

In a Star Mountain first, we were asked to build a site that was desktop only, without SEO and promoted and known only to current customers of the service. The site was built in two languages (French and English) and users can switch easily between the two on the top of every page. The site was built with WordPress.

Friends of Ferals - Long Island • New York, USA

This was a logo redesign we did as a charity job for an all-volunteer feral cat rescue group in eastern Long Island, New York. This group feeds, spays and neuters, and provides medical care to homeless cats in their area. They operate solely on donations and the time of volunteers. They came to us in need of a new logo they could use for contact cards and fundraising event fliers and we were more than happy to help.

While they do not have a website and are not currently in need of one, they can provide ways to donate via e-mail if you are interested in helping this wonderful cause.

Friends of Ferals - Long Island, NY
logo redesign

Diane Boaro: Healing Hands • New York, USA

This site was designed and built for a nurse practitioner in New York who has recently gained certification to prescribe medicinal marijuana. The purpose of the site is to inform potential patients of who is eligible to receive medicinal marijuana in New York State, the different types and uses of cannabis, biographical information of the nurse, and frequently asked questions and resources. Due to the sensitive nature of the site, there is a login system for patients and nurse to view their registered and medical information without it being in a public forum. The site was built using WordPress.

View the site here.

The Black Duck Tattoo Company • New York, USA

This build was done for a newly-established bricks and mortar tattoo and piercing shop on New York's Long Island. The owners of Black Duck were after a site style that blended their traditional business values with a hint of modern style. As per the owners' request, the portfolio/work page automatically updates from their individual as well as company Instagram accounts. The front page includes a slideshow that features some of the work the shop does. The site was built using WordPress.

View the site here.

Casa Barbosa: Single Origin Coffee • London, UK

This was my first project with Star Mountain, Design For Web. The owner of Casa Barbosa was seeking a website that would allow potential retailers to find the Colombian coffee she was importing, whilst also celebrating the unique flavour and harvesting of Colombian coffee. A graphic designer provided a hand in the front page design as well as colour and typeface; the rest was completed and designed by Star Mountain. The site was built using WordPress.

View the site here.

Realties Con - Virtual Reality Conference • New York, NY USA

This is a build for a Virtual Reality conference in New York City. The site was built with WordPress. Its primary purpose is informational, with pages devoted to providing schedules, contact and location information, speaker and team biographies, and sponsorships. The site is online.

View the site here.

Founder Escapes • London, UK

This became a concept build for an travel company devoted to entrepreneurs, but due to lack of funding in the project, further development is currently on hold. With the collaboration of a designer, we developed the desktop site.

The Expat Rec-Room • London, UK

student project

This was my final project for my Master's Degree at University of Greenwich. I built this website for the expatriate group I run in London, as an informational addition to our popular Facebook group. We have since become a registered UK business. This site was built using WordPress as a CMS. The site is currently archived so that it can be relaunched this spring with a new mission.

The Bike Shed • England, UK

student project

This was a revision of a student project where I imagined a fictitious bicycle shop named "The Bike Shed" in the South East of England. The site was built with HTML, CSS and PHP. It is responsive, with a few glitches. The site is no longer online. To see more views of it, go here

9 to 5: The Re-Release • London, UK

student project

This was a student project where the aim was to create a film poster and website for a film that was released before the internet age, therefore not having a website devoted to it previously - hence the "re-release." This website was built with HTML and CSS only. It is mostly responsive. The site is no longer online. To see more views of it, go here

Book Promo Project • London, UK

student project

This was a student assignment, early on my course, where the goal was to create a book promotion page for a course textbook. I chose Jon Duckett's HTML & CSS which has been a lifesaver in my web design learning. This page was built using HTML and CSS.

book promo
full screen view

Long Island Paneling, Ceilings & Floors • Long Island, New York, USA

This was the first website I built for a business, in 2015. This is my family's business, which had a website previously that was very mid-1990's in its look and not maintained. As the business had been well-established on Long Island since 1964, most of our customers knew about us from growing up in the community and word of mouth. Still, there was a desire to have more information online. This site was built on Weebly before I started my Master's programme. I am currently working on a redesign that will include eCommerce, using Wordpress, which will launch in Winter 2019. The current site is still online, here.