I specialise in working with self employed professionals, small to medium sized charities and support social enterprise where I can. As mentioned elsewhere, I work with only 20 sites/clients at any one time. Here are six current projects for you to browse. If you would like to see more, please ask.
The first three are Peace Beyond Suffering, a large site for a Buddhist Monastery in Thailand; the Whitstable Music Society a registered charity which hosts seven concerts a year; and Friends of The Keep Archive, also a registered charity in East Sussex whose aims are to support The Keep. The second set are Dr David Wright an historian, published author and genealogist; Ian Sturgess Gardens, a professional gardener and planting designer based in West Kent; and Joslin Palmer Design architectural services also based in Kent.
What They Say . . .
Just to let you know how grateful I am for my website and all the things you do to support it, and my business, and me. It's been the lynchpin of getting my business up and running and continues to be so. I'm still getting plenty of enquiries, enough to run 3 or 4 businesses!
Ian Sturgess, Ian Sturgess Gardens
Neil Anthony's website design was a model of clarity and concision: all aspects were carefully thought through and enhanced by appropriate photographs to achieve a truly individual cutting-edge result. Very highly recommended.
Dr David Wright
Thanks for everything you've done to deliver a terrific new website, for this type of music society it's the best thing I can see on the internet!
John Walker, Chairman, Whitstable Music Society
There is a lovely sense of the site being alive and brimming with subtle and elegant vitality.
Theravada Buddhism can have an aura of boring-ness that is deceptive - so I am very pleased by the vitality, joy and harmony that the changing pics relay. There is a nice little surprise on almost every page. You have given a glimpse into the life of the monk and abbot who is the the one doing the talking at this site - but it also shows the rich and mutually supportive context with the laity and the extended sangha often present as well.
Ajahn Achalo Bhikkhu, Abbot, Anandagiri Buddhist Monastery.