Recent work(Under development). Marcus Penrose is a top-level double bass player living in London and working all over the UK and beyond. His WordPress-based site looks modern with a large black and white feature image. Marcus uploads his own news and YouTube clips, embeds music from Bandcamp and SoundCloud, and manages his online gig calendar.Totnes Image Bank is a photographic archive based in Devon. People all over the world search the database and buy digital downloads or order photographic prints and pay by PayPal. The site has a Donate button and a Facebook feed. The charity is staffed entirely by volunteers so ease of use is paramount.This is a shop front for 1950s-style rockabilly band Lucky Guy and the Chancers. The WordPress based site is simple but effective due to the vintage design, high quality photography, the YouTube live clips and Soundcloud audio files.This Drupal-based site was designed to showcase Hilary's work, particularly her second collection, 'Red Devon', which is about farming in Devon. It uses high-quality photography and provides links to booksellers, reviews and occasional news items.Iggy's Dinners was a homeschooling IT project for a ten year old budding restaurant critic and web designer. Iggy writes and uploads his own blog entries and restaurant reviews, takes his own photographs and uploads the images himself, and tags his own text.Appy Music provides music educational resources aimed at children at KS1 and 2 and their teachers. The site has an online shop selling videos, pdfs and mp3s as digital downloads, with payment via PayPal. It also features user areas where students and teachers can log in to manage their downloads.Malcolm Patey wanted a site to use as an advertising platform for his agricultural machinery sales. It's a Drupal-based site with a tag-category drop down menu to allow easy searching of machinery categories. One of Malcolm's requirements was that he be able to manage the entire site from his iPad.This site, currently under development, is for our local Mairie in the small French village of Le Verdier in the Tarn. It allows the Mairie staff to upload news, images and events themselves, and to add events and images to a calendar. It's also our first site entirely in French.