I’ve updated an old free website template of mine, Spring Bloom. I though it was about time I went back and cleaned up my previous templates, and got ready to release some new ones!! It’s only been about 13 months since my last update to this site…
Over the coming weeks they’ll be a lot of changes to this site, and it will be turning a bit more “personal” and not centered around my portfolio of work and freelance stuff - not that it ever was if I’m honest. The reason for this is that I’m now working full-time for a digital agency in Chester, England. Actually I’ve been working there for close to a year, part of the reason why I never really continued doing anything with this domain. We’ve also got a new design created by our creative team ready to be coded up and put live as well, when we find some spare time in between client work - isn’t it great how when you want something of your own done, you get flooded with other stuff that takes priority!
Oh yeah, and Kontera context ads are
going gone! So to is Adsense I think.
This site has not been updated in a very long time. I am now working for a company that does Web Design and Development in Chester (Agency97) and currently am not taking on any further personal freelance work at this time. This website is left intact for archival purposes until I get around to massively updating it!
Hello there, I'm Christopher, a 26 year old self taught front-end web developer from Cheshire, England who specialises in creating wesbites in beautifully coded HTML and CSS. You can check out my (extremely outdated) personal portfolio of previous work or view and download some free website templates which I have created.
Interested in working on a future project with me? Then feel free to get in touch to get a feel for what I love. On this site you can also find my blog, and if your that way inclined, then you can find all of the older entries in the archives if you would like to view them.
Open Designs is now over one year old, and we have 900 free designs. This is hardly a fledgling community anymore. We have over 3600 registered users, about 100 of whom check in to the forum on a regular basis. The forum is more active than ever, with so many people around to contribute. We have had a great first year, and with a team effort, our second year will be even better! view post