Home-made websites by an expert from the Oak Desk.
WordPress, Joomla and Paypal integration, web applications, bespoke templates and designs.

Portfolio

  • The Coppice Co-op Ltd

    www.coppicecoop.co.uk
    A small working co-operative needed a web presence - not just a website, but Google + and Facebook too. I manage the content and social media.
  • The Association of Countryside Volunteers Website

    www.countrysidevolunteers.org.uk
    The Association of Countryside Volunteers needed a new website to replace their old, out of date website. Now, after a facelift, they can keep their content fresh using the well-known CMS Joomla.
  • The Wood Education Programme Trust Website

    www.woodeducation.org.uk
    WEP was in a similar position to ACV and freshly appointed staff in the WEP office helped to push them to seek a new website solution. Through a recomendation they approached me and so I supplied a new design and CMS, using WordPress.
  • Black Dog Tipis and Yurts

    www.blackdogtipis.co.uk
    Black Dog Tipis needed their old, static site revamped and also wanted to manage the content themselves. So another WordPress template was reshaped to accommodate the Black Dog Tipis brand.
  • Coppice Association North West

    www.coppicenorthwest.org.uk
    I am a committee member of the Coppice Association North West and with my role as Web Master I am responsible for maintaining the content of this site. There's a photo gallery, calendar of events, interactive map showing a recent tree survey, searchable databases for products, services and courses offered by members, a video of an earth burn and many details about the coppicing world.
  • Bill Hogarth Memorial Apprenticeship Trust

    www.coppiceapprentice.org.uk
    I'm a trustee of the Bill Hogarth Memorial Apprenticeship Trust (BHMAT for short), which offers a way for folk to be trained as coppice workers. I offered to maintain their already created website and do this on a voluntary basis. Each year I create a new page to display photographs from Woodland Pioneers, a week where people learn how to carry out various woodland activities, learning new skills. I also setup a web page each year to allow participants to book on and pay through PayPal.
  • Rebecca Oaks

    www.rebeccaoaks.co.uk
    Rebecca Oaks, one of the leading voices in coppicing, needed her website converting into a site that she could maintain herself. So I used a current WordPress template and changed it so that the design matched Rebecca's old site.
  • Edward Mills

    www.edwardmills.co.uk
    Edward provided me with an idea of what pages he needed and emailed me some content in the form of text and digital photographs. I created his site using WordPress and a simple, homemade design so he can edit the content of his pages and post news.
  • Coppice Wok - Sam Ansell

    www.coppicework.co.uk

About the desk user

Tony Morgan has 14 years experience building websites, applications and systems. He has worked in both the public and private sector for big and small customers.