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Client:Castle Point Bowls

Date:January 2017

Type:Complete Website Re-Design


Photoshop PSD Design: Jason Coman

Programming and Build: Jason Coman

Castle Point Bowls Club approached with a requirement to redesign their website to make it much more user friendly for navigation and in it's look.

  • Castle Point Bowls Club Home page image
Step 01:

Diagnosis Of The Client's Requirements

Through a number of face-to-face meetings with the client, their specific requirements and goals for the website to meet were established. These included:

  • Creating a new look and structure for the whole website, adding new sections, pages and removing others no longer needed.
  • Creating the latest news, upcoming events and diary pages as they required it.
  • Updating the galleries page to ensure the latest listings were displayed
  • Ensure the website is fully mobile responsive.
  • Fully train the existing administrators how to update and maintain the website content.
Step 02:


Now the clients exact requirements were determined, a PSD mock-up design of the new home page layout and design was created to allow the client to visualise the final outcome before coding started. Once the design was agreed, the functionality of the website was determined to ensure that their customers got the most out of the website. Over the next two weeks the new home page for the website was built using the PSD design and comments regarding the functionality of the site. During the design build, the client was kept in the loop as to how the website was progressing on a regular basis. This was to ensure that the website was still meeting expectations and that the requirements hadn't changed from the original specification. Once the website was built, it was fully tested in desktop and mobile devices to ensure all was correct. Once the client was happy with the website, the new home page was activated live.

Step 03:


The client was extremely happy with the new home page design once finished. Here is their testimonial:

"Castle Point Bowling Club asked Jason to rebuild the Club’s existing website that had become over complicated in both format and structure. He reviewed the site, met with Club Members responsible for the site, listened to what was needed going forward, took that information away with him and produced a website that met the needs of the Club. He updated not only the content but also the appearance and the way users can navigate around the site and made it simple for those responsible for posting information onto the site to do so. Jason was very efficient in listening to what was wanted and turning that into the finished article. He worked within the time scales we agreed. The work was carried out for the agreed price. We would have no hesitation in recommending Jason to others seeking website expertise."