I'm Dean, a freelance Website Designer and Software Developer based in Bude, Cornwall. I specialise in Website Development/Graphics, 3D Graphics/Animation and Mobile Games/App Development.
If you like what you hear? Then feel free to drop me a line about a specific website design and/or graphic design project at email@example.com or by phone on 07929019157
Custom WordPress and Magento Developments.
No WordPress Templates used. Every Website is built from Scratch.
All Lighting Rigs, Textures and Models built from Scratch.
I was approached by Bude Brewery to look at Summerleaze’s and Bude Sea Pool’s beer range as part of their overall branding. Although each product range had a slightly different audience and therefore a different feel they still needed to fit into Bude Brewery’s identity.
After speaking with Bude Brewery to start the ball rolling with design ideas, it was clear that after designing the Porthbud range, a unique creature for both Summerleaze and Bude Sea Pool needed to be the featured point of the designs. We both decided on using a Shark for Summerleaze and a turtle for the Sea Pool. Whilst the ideas were great, I also had to make sure the Bude Brewery’s identity was still included across both ranges. This was achieved by including Barrel Rock within in the background and/or foreground for both ranges.
Bude Brewery were delighted with the designs and couldn’t wait to start showing it off to their current and prospective clients.
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Mark from the Bude Tourist Information Centre in Cornwall, approached me to create a sign design, promoting the newly refurbished huts running alongside Summerleaze and Crooklets Beaches.
The requirements for the design were that it had to include various texts’ informing people of how they can rent and book the beach huts. The sign also needed a graphic to grab people’s attention. The finished design included a sketch of the beach huts along Summerleaze Beach, finished in a pastel effect. The colours used in the sign reflect those of the actual huts.
Because Tom has been pleased with my work and having just taken over the Revolution restaurant, he approached me to produce some new menu designs as well as revamping the website with a new temporary page, until a new complete site is ready.
Tom decided that he would like the menu to be a DIY list whereby you tick against the ingredients you would like in the burger or hot dog. This process ultimately speeds up the waiting time between customers and the staff when ordering, which is great news for everyone.
Visit the temporary Revolution website to see the new menus.
Having just taken on Complete Kitchens in Holsworthy, Helen approached me to tweak their current branding as well redesigning their website to be more clean and professional. I took their brief and made all of the changes they needed to make this site exactly how they wanted it.
The site is unrecognisable from the original website, and the result is a much better user experience thus improving the bounce rate overall which will convert to sales. The user experience has also been designed taking in consideration, elderly people when browsing the website, which is the majority of their customer base.
If you’re looking for a web designer in Holsworthy, then call me to discuss your requirements via the contact page.>> Visit Website
Jane from The Look Out in Cornwall were looking for some 3D Visualisations to visual the position and the surrounding environment of the Hut.
Having been provided the architectural drawings and measurements, meant I was able to produce the 3D models very quickly. Which as a result, allowed me to focus more of my time on producing the 3D visualisations as realistic as possible.
It’s been a while since I tackled a nice juicy 3D project, so it was great to work on something that included a lot of nature to it.
Update: Currently under appeal – outcome TBA.>> Visit Website
Here are a collection of recently rendered CGI visualisations for Gecko Head Gear in Cornwall, UK.
It’s been a while since I tackled CGI simulations, so it was great to work on some water simulations. At first, I had it setup so that the physics would fire the water to the back of the helmet however, it soon became apparent that controlling the simulation was not going to be easy. In the end, I had a series of wind forces on each side of the helmet to stop the water from bouncing and exploding soo much.
Despite this, I bloody loved doing it! Go check it out at the website, as it looks even better there: geckoheadgear.com
Sign Vision, in Sidmouth, were looking for a 3D Vehicle Wrap Graphic to be printed for the Sidmouth Garden Centre in Devon. The 3D design had to be eye-catching whilst also sending out a powerful message to promote Sidmouth Garden Centres products.
After some early drawings it was obvious I was going in the right direction. From here, I gradually started modeling trees, hedges, plants and different particle systems to achieve realistic looking grass. Finally, implementing the lighting rig to bring everything to life. The design worked out better than expected really impressed with the end result :)
Client: Sign Vision in Sidmouth
Project: 3D Design for Sidmouth Garden Centre
Here is a Commercial 3D Visualisation of La Bocca restaurant created for NineDesign in North Cornwall. The intent behind this design was to visually show how the bespoke interior designs could look to the La Bocca owners.
Every aspect of this interior design has been modelled from scratch including the textures (bump, specular, diffuse and displacement maps) as well as a custom lighting rig to achieve a realistic 3d Visualisation. On completion a RenderingFarm was used to render several stills at a high quality resolution.>> Visit Website
I was approached by Tourist Information Centre to integrate a 3rd party bookings system into their existing system, as a part of the website’s revamp, whilst still allowing staff at Bude TIC to continue adding/modifying new pages to the website without interfering with the booking system.
Using the 3rd Party API documentation, I set about creating a bespoke WordPress plugin to interact with the booking data from their system, using PHP as the programming language. This allowed me to develop a page showing which of the accommodations in the system were available to book, for both online and telephone/offline bookings. After a booking has been selected, the data is then passed back up to their system with the parameters arrival date, departure date and many others for them to process the booking. All this is done seamlessly between Bude TIC and the 3rd Party company. I then created a bespoke availability calendar using the data from the 3rd Party system to make it easier for the pupil when searching for a booking.
The main issue with this project was understanding how WordPress would retrieve its data from the 3rd party system when viewing an individual accommodation. The solution involved mapping accommodation entities in the 3rd party system, to the accommodations posts created in WordPress. This in turn allows accommodations to be created in the booking system, enabling staff at Bude TIC to link it to an accommodation post within WordPress.
Whilst developing the plugin, I made sure all programming standards and practices as set out by WordPress were used. This ensures any future updates to the core of WordPress does not affect the website.
For all your cornwall software development needs, get in touch by telephone or drop me a line to start discussing.
Dean recently created an excellent animated logo for my website, Bude & Beyond (www.budeandbeyond.co.uk). What I never realised at the outset was how much time, effort, discussion, creativity and dedication goes into producing a logo. After an initial discussion, Dean created many versions, in different colour schemes and formats, which he also animated. He sought appropriate feedback and went the extra mile to ensure that the colours and design were absolutely spot on. I was very impressed at his determination to get it right and to re-create and adapt until both he and I were both very happy with the final result.
So, I’d say Dean’s major strength is communication. I’m not IT-focused, but I appreciate a good-looking website/logo, so it really helps that he is able to discuss ideas in a friendly and accessible way, without over-use of jargon. He explains things well, and will interpret ideas in a client-focused way. He is extremely responsive, so wait times are very short. He listens to his client and creates ideas based on what he hears/understands. He checks all along the way (wording, colours, images, positioning) and will ask: what if we try this? He is also very open to constructive comments. Therefore, he provides plenty of guided choice.
I’m rather proud to now have a Dean Wronowski animated logo already in use on my social media and ready for my website (currently undergoing a major revamp). Dean’s designs are his trademark. Fresh, colourful and lively, they always try to encompass the nature of the product he is working with.
He is a remarkable talent which Bude is fortunate to have