In November I was mostly working on – a website for a start up business which deals with personal social networking management.

The site branding, which includes a caricature of the founder and “Charlie Brown” stylings was created by me and incorporated into a fully fledged website.

The various packages available through the website are presented through collapsable sections which present the visitor with the products included in each package in a manageable, easy-to-read way.


The custom ‘Build-a-Package tool’ was written in jQuery and is used in combination with Tectite’s open source PHP form mail script to mail the visitor’s input to the admin.

Another interesting feature is my custom coded jQuery ‘Build-a-Package’ form. The visitor ticks off products according to preference, as each product is is selected the total price of the package updates. When the user is done creating a custom package they can submit their selections to the site admin via a web form. The resulting email includes all the products required from the customer as well as the cost.

So, if you are a small business or individual in the UK Midlands looking for personal one-to-one social networking management, check out Warren Niva!

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Warren Niva

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  1. Posted December 21, 2013 at 9:00 pm | Permalink

    I just thought I would say Thomas has been exceptional every step of the way, extremely supportive even when I managed to ruin my site by trying to be a smart ass. He instantly responded and fixed it for me. Whilst he may be modest he is a very talented web and graphic designer. He really did get exactly what I wanted to achieve basically no amendments, I was really impressed.

  2. Posted December 27, 2013 at 11:06 pm | Permalink

    bless you!

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