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New website and branding for journalist, Nathan Rao

Journalist, TV presenter and PR Consultant Nathan Rao needed a new, focused website to showcase his work. Having previously used a "free build your own" website solution, Nathan reached the point where he required a bespoke branded website with a mature blogging system incorporating built-in social sharing functionality to properly reflect his expanding career.

Having resigned from his post as Consumer Affairs Editor at the Daily Express, Nathan approached Jooedo to redesign his website and create fresh branding for his new venture.

New top level domains

If you follow new trends on the Internet, you won't have failed to have heard about the new TLDs (Top Level Domains). This means you will increasingly see new website addresses looking a lot funkier than the usual addresses ending in .co.uk or .com. Now you will be able to find a domain ending that is much more relevent to your industry, hobby or interest. There are currently well over 600 new TLDs in-the-works with around 120 already available to register at the time of writing this article.

Theming the search form of the Search API Pages Drupal module

This week I have been getting to grips with the Search API module within Drupal to gain access to a better specified search engine for Drupal, specifically one that can index more than just the Title and Body fields of all nodes. This led me to the excellent Search API module and all of it's contributed extension modules.

New site "Mystic Kitchen" launched

A new site for one of our customers was launched today: http://www.mystickitchen.co.uk/

Mystic Kitchen create extreme high-end bespoke kitchens to exacting standards. The website designed to showcase their work had to exhibit an equally high-end bespoke style. The site is deliberately photo-rich to show off the exquisite installations the team at Mystic Kitchen create and build. In addition, we have created Mystic Kitchen's brand and marketing material to fit unilaterally across all media.