Biggles started designing websites in 1996.
He is now Senior Interactive Design Tutor at the London College of Communication (formerly LCP).
Wallacespace. Who offer a much more enlightened venues for training and seminars, wanted a site that gaves a feeling of airy space.
Folders Galore. Large commercial site devoted to corporate, publicity, and presentation packaging. Designed as a quick loading resource with an advice center, catalogues, search engine, shop and a VR sample gallery.
Geoff Brightling. Emphasis on beautiful pictures that load quickly and are frequently updated.
Cititraining. A large site with a huge amount of information, the navigation provides an ever changing abstract image.
Mark Beverton furniture. Designed with the use of space in mind to compliment his bespoke furniture.
The National Heart Forum, a text based resource, was designed to be easily loaded by a very broad range of browsers and printed out economically.
International yoga teacher Vicky Oliver her retreats and classes.
Julian Cowan Hill. A Cranial Sacral Therapist dedicated to treating Tinnitus, Shock and Trauma, Nervous conditions and Emotional distress.
Sophie Sarin. This embrionic site is the beginning of a much larger site devoted to had made floorcloths and their history.
Nicky Stephens. See a selection of the most incredible handmade beds as well as bespoke cabinetmaking.
From Here To here. An amazing collaborative project between Platform for Art, the writers group 27 and LCC based on the London Underground Circle Line.
Interact1. A complimentary forward looking exhibition to the Barbican Art Gallery's Communicate-a retrospective of graphic design. Biggles was one of the mentors/curators of Interact1. Site design by Simon Sankarayya - AllofUs
The Hub. A large (and growing) college site, made by students at the London College of Communication taught by Biggles. Each year a Hub is added, nothing censored, and the old Hub archived.
Prime Slice. The first online college project at LCC (formery LCP), run on less than a shoe string budget, but now with over a million and a half visitors, now also available as and archived part of The Hub.
Stadia For the historically minded, a test for Biggles' first commercial site. The site lasted longer than the band!
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