Here is a selection of Silverfen web sites:
Chamber music competition for piano-based ensembles
Organisational consultancy and coaching
Forming a community and centre for LGBT people and their friends.
Promoting the playing and study of pipe organs in and around Cambridge, UK.
An experimental web site of poems with black-and-white brush pen sketches,
combining minimalist design and extensive use of jQuery
Web site to promote
Elizabeth McKellars novel
Tourist in Bohemia
Cello soloist and recitalist
Dulwich house for sale
This house is no longer on the market, so the web site is not publicly visible.
Click on the screenshot to see a hidden copy of what was on the web site.
Supporting faith-based social action in the East of England. This site includes an interactive noticeboard and online database
The UKs leading exponent of the Italian school of mandolin playing
Chamber music summer school
Performing and visual arts centre.
The new web site for the Ucheldre Centre is currently under development
The United Reformed Church Retreat Group, which brings together people
in the URC interested in retreats, quiet days, contemplative approaches to prayer and spiritual
Campion House and Osterley Retreats
Web site for a pre-seminary and retreat centre in London.
This centre closed in 2004 and the web site is no longer on line,
but the screenshot is retained here as it shows an unusual design.
A holding page for the web site which will promote a book thats being written at the moment.
The last of the screenshots above is for a site which will be used to
promote a book that is currently being written: although
a holding page like this may seem redundant, it means that finds its
way onto search engines, which minimises the time it takes for the new
site to become listed once it is made live.
New and re-implemented sites on the way include:
- Ucheldre Centre (re-implementation),
- Anglesey Arts Forum (re-implementation),
- Silverfen typographers,
- the Asian foodie Mad-Dog.asia,
- the publisher MA-Books,
- Frances Taylors new book The Mandolin Lesson.
- The cellist Felicity Vincent.