Martin Dimartino Marriott

Sonic Soundz Project – I

Apr.01, 2010, under Portfolio, Web Design
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I’ve started re-designing the website of Sonic Soundz, a Nottingham mobile DJ.

In order to do so, I have started coming up with some logo ideas which I can incorporate into the site.

Here are some initial ones. I’m not sure if I like them as a final logo, but it’s something to develop.
They’re a work in-progress:

Sonic Soundz - Logo 1
Sonic Soundz - Logo 2
Sonic Soundz - Logo 3

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New done

Mar.28, 2010, under Blog, Portfolio, Web Design
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I’ve been working on a site for a local Nottingham digital aerials company. It’s now on-line!

…after encountering the issue of limited web server features (ie, no php support) I had to adjust the code and couldn’t use a contact form. I reluctantly opted for just an email link cloaked by javascript. It’s just a small site to replace the old one, and we’re already seeing pleasing results on Google Analytics!

Anyway, it’s now online at Aerial Force.

My next project is a new site for a Nottingham mobile disco business.

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Lake District Trip

Mar.22, 2010, under Martin's Life Blog, Photography, Portfolio
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Photo Day!

Been pretty busy today – went out with the dogs to Wollaton park — took loads of pics, and I’ve taken the opportunity to sort through the Lake District pics.
Spent the evening playing with Lightroom. Why must I insist on shooting in RAW?! It’s worth it though, even if it does eat disc space!
I have been making some of my first HDR images too – it’s amazing how varied the results are, and they can be made from a single RAW file with equally good results.
The photos are from the Ambleside region. High Street Mt. in Hartsop and Helm Cragg near Grasmere.
Here’s some of my faves:

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Rough-looking layout

Mar.19, 2010, under Exponential Brand, Portfolio, Web Design
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Here’s another layout I’ve been working on of late.

I think my Exponential logo looks pretty cool in the slider too!
This one does come with some issues relating to the eventual coding though – I think those tabs would pose a problem. PNGs would have to be used, so this one might not be suitable for a lightweight website. It’s still a fun-looking site though.

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