Bob Pennycook first came to CarricDesign because the then-current website needed to be updated. The original site was built using Flash, and couldn’t be updated by the owner because of the specialized software required and the lack of access to source files.
Bob was onboard for a truly minimalist design and the result is a website that showcases his work and allows him to make changes when required. Even though the galleries are built in Flash, they are designed in such a way that Bob can add or delete images as needed.
Since the launch, CarricDesign has been involved in some updating and the installation of a system that allowed Bob to sell patterns through digital download (since discontinued). In 2011, the gallery links at the top of the page were converted to a perpetual slideshow – also fully accessible to the owner for making changes.
Although the site design is a few years old, it shows that a minimalist design can still look contemporary years later.UPDATE
In early 2015, Bob Pennycook decided to merge his TypePad blog and his website to make one website. CarricDesign set up a ‘sandbox’ for him to play in and discover how WordPress works and then facilitated importing content from TypePad. While Bob is quite competent and seems to enjoy experimenting with his online properties, converting a website to WordPress and moving content from one blogging platform to another has some technical aspects that he didn't want to tackle. CarricDesign took care of all the technical tasks and made sure that things were set-up and ready to go.
Click on a thumbnail to see a larger image of the website’s home page. The screenshots above represent the way that the website looked when the site was launched by CarricDesign. Some sites have been adjusted by clients.
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