WEBSITES / DIGITAL PROJECTS
Sam designs and builds websites for artists, galleries and other creatives. He is also a freelance digital content consultant experienced in working with a range of clients, including artists, makers, curators, galleries, universities and social science and research organisations, to offer consultancy in relation to online presence and digital solutions and strategies.
Web and digital projects include consulting on the visual approach and identity, the site’s information architecture and functionality and advice on adhering to SEO best practice, in addition to the design and technical side of the process. Digital communication packages can also be advised on and set-up. Sam is experienced in delivering website training and equipping individuals with the necessary skills for producing media for digital dissemination, such as audio and video recordings and editing.
Recent projects include:
Arts & Creatives
David C. Kitt – Architect, Commentator, Wayfarer.
The Woodcarving Studio – bespoke website for a studio specialising in traditional and contemporary woodcarving.
London’s Silent Cinemas – bespoke website/ interactive map for a University Collage London project exploring the history of cinema.
Resort – bespoke website and digital communication package for a contemporary arts organisation based in Margate, Kent.
The Cinemas Project – bespoke website and digital consultancy for a large scale contemporary art project/ festival in Australia.
Stonecarved – digital consultancy and technical assistance to set-up a project and exhibition website for a stone carver and maker.
Islington’s Lost Cinemas – website and project development for a cultural history and art project.
Julia Riddiough – bespoke website for an artist.
A Brooks Art – website and digital communication package for an art gallery.
Cities After Hours – consultancy and delivery of a digital mapping solution to communicate academic historical research.
Plenty Projects – digital consultancy and website for a curator.
Sam is also a professional partner and website manager at the Tavistock Institute, a not-for-profit organisation that applies social science to contemporary issues and problems; working with a multidisciplinary team he contributes to co-creation projects by delivering website/ creative solutions that support processes that promote visual methods and data visualisation as forms of research. As a digital content consultant and website manager Sam also works works with universities and has worked on Heritage Lottery Funded projects such as Unfinished Histories, a project recording the history of Alternative Theatre, in this role Sam also trained volunteers in building web pages and thinking about digital communication.
All websites are built using content management systems – once built you have full control and flexibility to make updates and changes to the content as and when you want. However, Sam is also able to offer support packages for ongoing maintenance and content updates.
Please get in touch to talk about your web project: