A content management system (CMS) enables websites to be easily and fluidly updated. To create a site typically we’ll work together over 1-4 months depending on functionality, readiness of content and nuance of design.
There are lots of options to choose from, but my favourite is Statamic because:
~ It is fast, functional & beautiful (frontend & backend)
~ One can start simple and then grow in complexity if needs be
~ We can hone the control panel to suit the project
~ The docs that are up-to-date & practical
~ Version control the entire site
Anne Rothenstein is a fine artist working in paint and collage as well as providing regular covers for The London Review of Books.
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Website and workflow for a podcast about artists and their materials.
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Portfolio website for designers and makers of bespoke cabinets and furniture.
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Art director, publisher and graphic designer Darren Wall’s portfolio website.
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Brochure website with a CMS for a co-operative workspace in Kentish Town, London. I worked here between 2012-2017.
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Two websites for a firm of architects and surveyors. Starting with the single page and then evolving into a full portfolio site.
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Food and lifestyle journalist portfolio and blog. Sophie is also my wife.
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Portfolio website built on a flat file CMS to replace a site built with iWeb which could no longer be edited.
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Design and build of a portfolio site to showcase the music they source and license for advertising agencies.
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Image led site for bespoke furniture makers who had outgrown a site built on a template.
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Portfolio site with a CMS which was preceded by an interim site during development.
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Portfolio website for a photographer working solely with medium format film.
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