Class website for the Graduating Class of the year 1986 from the Federal Government College, Azare, Bauchi State.
The website was designed as a social network for classmates to socialize, collaborate and organize themselves in spite of where they might be across the global.
Home page has is all ; everything you might be needing to get around the website is here. Enriched slides, carousels of members, groups, discussions/forums, events, birthday app, custom searches, content, videos, notices, (more…)
e-Commerce website with all the function of an online store. Functional, warm, beautiful and easy to use. Do stop to pick yourself some comfortable footwear.
Social Networking site for 89 Nigerian Law School Set. Site was built on the Ning network at the request of the owners.
Missions site of the Christ Kingdom Mission
A missionary website.
Who says laws can’t be social, fun and “tech savvy”? A social networking website for Nigerian Association of Law Teachers. Fully integrated on the site are: social network features like Avatar, profile header, private messaging, forum, groups, social shares etc, payment module for donations and project funding, events module.
To ensure the project serves purpose, we made the site private with security features to keep out spammers, hackers and non members
Website is currently offline
On this project, we were careful to combine the conservative nature of the legal profession with aesthetics of graphics, letting pictures tell the story of what professionalism to expect from the clients.
Ongoing project for the NGO Oil Gas Environment Forum.
The site comprises a homepage with slides leading to the articles of events featured on the Organisation’s news blog.
The scope to the work is simple, easy to access and warm. The idea is to retain the visitor’s interest long enough for them to receive the message of the NGO.
An alumni association site with forum and all community features fully incorporated.
Currently offline, Annie’s Place was one job that had me on my toes while the project lasted. We had sliders scrolling latest blog posts, tabs for different sections. See for yourself in the link below
Designed for NYSC Abia State, Abia Kopa was designed to help new corps members drafted to Abia settle in well and also be of informative assistance to everyone.
This here is my first ever web job that ever made it online… This NYSC project was started by the 2008 Batch A set president the IT CDs. He couldn’t finish it due to some challenges, especially that of sponsors. So, he handed it over to me and I finished up by the time our set was passing out of the program.
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People who work tirelessly to give our clients the satisfactory results they require to move their brand to the next level. Men & Women on whose shoulders rest the task of making our a world class brand.
Hi, my name is Falufosi Seyi Titilayo
Passionate, hardworking, intelligent and beautiful mother of an adorable young man. Though I am a communication consultant, I am also an aspiring farmer/farm owner, with the passion to making things add value wherever I find myself. I also have experience in web designs, software and hardware computer management are not unfamiliar grounds to me, I am a prolific writer with two Blogs under my name, and I also handle bilingual translation as the need arises.
I am comfortable working as an individual with little or no supervision and as a member of a team. I consider myself a creative person. I welcome constructive criticism and I am always looking for new opportunities to experience different types of work and to learn new skills. Over time, I have built the capacity to learn on my own especially by experimenting on new ideas or just trying to build on old ones.
One more thing; I love new challenges and I hunt for such.
At the moment, I work freelance as a communication consultant, using my IT and language prowess as tools.
We are located in the center of Lagos, Nigeria. It is easy to find us, so you would not have to look too hard for us.
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