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Ultimate Bathroom DIY Guide!

Hello!

Sometimes I get projects that’re more complex than usual. Sometimes these projects use more than one of the services I offer.

Sometimes they pretty much use all of them. That’s been the case for the Bathrooms.com Ultimate Bathroom DIY Guide.

Bathrooms.com wanted to further boost their online enagement, so Dynamo PR proposed a web-based interactive guide, which would curate the best bathroom maintenance tips from the Internet to help people enhance and repair their bathroom. Dynamo PR commissioned me to design, illustrate and develop the guide.

I’ll be honest: I leapt at the chance. This was an opportunity to expand on my knowledge in responsive design, interactive web systems and comtemporary HTML5/JavaScript technology. It also give me a chance to do some nice drawing of bathroom items.

What? Some of us like drawing baths.

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Anyway, through a mix of PHP (page generation based on an array of bathroom elements/tips), VBA (converting the spreadsheet of elements/tips provided by Dynamo/Bathrooms.com into PHP), HTML5/JavaScript/JQuery (the interactive Virtual Bathroom) and responsive CSS (the Tips List), I developed the guide.

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Once created, I recorded and voiced the “How To” video to take users through the usage of the guide.

Bathrooms.com and Dynamo PR were delighted with the end results, and hopefully many people will benefit from the one-stop-shop of DIY tips.

Have a play now and please feel free to share it: www.bathrooms.com/ultimate-bathroom-diy-guide.

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If you’re looking have a high quality interactive web-based app created then I’d love to work with you on it. Please get in touch!

Otherwise, just enjoy playing around in the guide 🙂

Tarrah for now,

Pat

Posted on Thu 27 Feb in Coding,Creative,Drawing,Video,Voice,Web Design,Work with No Comments

Alona Tal: A Pencil Sketch

I’ve been trying to improve my people’s-face-drawing skills a bit recently, so decided to give it a whirl on a photo of the lovely Alona Tal from the excellent Supernatural.

Here’s how it went:

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The eyes are definitely the hardest part, purely because the tiniest inaccuracy in the eyes and make a face look like a different person entirely. Other areas are much more forgiving, and might explain why the eyes took several iterations and STILL aren’t quite right. But I decided that I should just stop faffing and post the damn thing.

So here it is. Hope you like 🙂

Pat

Posted on Thu 20 Jun in Creative,Drawing with No Comments

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