The Divi WordPress Theme for Beginners – Udemy course
The course invites users to follow along as I build a website from scratch, and includes homework, downloadable resources, and more.
There are 676 people enrolled in the course, and it has a rating of 4.5/5. Over 80,000 minutes of video lectures have been watched by students in 57 countries.
The course has 442 enrolled students and a rating of 4.5/5.
The CALA E-Learning Zone
I designed, coded and maintained the website, and was involved in the creation of the courses.
The website runs on WordPress, with a custom made theme, using LearnDash as the LMS. Interactivity was added using H5P and Adobe Articulate.
The site also acts as an e-commerce website (WooCommerce), allowing users to purchase courses and redeem vouchers.
I generated monthly reports detailing usage statistics to the Scottish Government, Highland Council, and others.
There are 22 articles, with an average length of 1500 word, all written by me.
In the past year the website has attracted 38,000 visitors.
The website is not monetised. It was created because it is a subject I am interested in, and it taught me a lot about running a blog, as well as using Google Analytics, SEO and WordPress.
Highland Speed Web
Brightspace Guidance Portal
The site features an instant search function, an Ajax category filter, animations and popups.
Essential Student Skills
The site features an instant search function, flip boxes and smooth scrolling.
Assorted web designs
Assorted graphic design
The following banners were designed to be used within Brightspace courses. I designed them from scratch using Adobe Illustrator.
The following portfolio pieces are a random selection of graphic design work I have carried out over the past few years.