3D Water Simulations and Website Design for Gecko

Gecko Head Gear is a cornish company established in 1993, specialising in hand-made helmets designed for Marine Safety Organisations and water born sport markets.

As the site and brand is all about custom safetly helmets the main task was to create a new site that had impact and was focused enough to drive as many sales as possible

The solution was clear in my mind from the offset, I wanted high quality 3D Renders with water splashing in all different directions around the helmets. The look came together really quickly and the end result put a huge smile on the faces of the guys at Gecko Head Gear. I can’t express how much fun this site to put together!

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As a design company, we have always had our own ideas of how something should look and the style we wanted to use, Dean was great at creating the websites and 3D modelling for our products. Always readily available for updates and small changes that are constantly needed throughout the development of the site. The work from the start has always been top quality, but as projects have moved on quality has actually improved to levels we hadn’t thought available are now present on our sites. With limited knowledge on the more technical side of website design such as SEO, Dean was always happy to take the lead and offer help with setting up the parts of the website we hadn’t originally thought of as directly important. We have worked on many sites with Dean and continually try to keep the websites up to date on the both the Design and Technical sides of it and look forward to working together on future projects.
Jake Sacree - Gecko Head Gear

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Dean is a grafter, a self taught hard working and proactive developer, I have followed his career development since graduation and would have no hesition in recommending him, his online portfolio is an indication of his capabilities and evidence of his tenacity

Dan Livingstone - Associate Professor - Interactive Systems, Plymouth University