ArchaeoDesign Website Re-Design

Decided to redesign the ArchaeoDesign website to give it a much cleaner, less cluttered look and to be able to show off my work and models more effectively.

The site is now implemented in Drupal 7, an open source CMS system which is free to download and fantastic to use.

The gallery of the site is a bit basic, but this will be developed later, and its going to take a while before all the content is loaded fully.

Please feel free to pass round the site to anyone you think might be interested in it.

Check it out and let me know what you think of it.


I have decided that the time has come, and enough potential work has come my way, to start my own business, ArchaeoDesign.

The company will work with 3D reconstructions, animations, web design and database design primarily in the field of archaeology and history but also in other areas as well.

The logo was initially design temporarily, but when showing people my site they all came up with different interpretations of what it was, a kiln, a conical house and the such, so I decided to keep it that way.

To start this off well, I have created a website for my business and managed to get fliers into the delegate packs at last years Theoretical Archaeological Group conference (TAG) in Bristol. There will be news posted here of further events that take place within the business here when they happen.

I am now registered as a business in Sweden and have acquired the name rights for ArchaeoDesign. This is quite a big step for me and hopefully it will pay off.

My latest project is on a drupal based archaeology community portal which will be announced within the coming days here so keep your eyes peeled.


There will be some changes that you will notice around the site soon becuase I am in the process of redesigning it.

So far I have widened the page so that there is greater scope for larger pictures as the tiny examples previously being shown do not reflect the needs of a site that primarily displays graphics.

I am also integrating with this site as the inconsitencies between the two are too much and they do not work well together (which they should).

I will also be adding a simple gallery to the portfolio page where I can display selected pieces of my work in a somewhat more professional manner.

Please feel free to let me know what you think of the new design and tell me if you think anything is missing or if you notice any broken bits.