PSR Automotive

Autumn 2017

  • CSS3
  • Django
  • HTML5

A long-time client of mine, PSR first approached me in 2008 to build a marketing site for their then-nascent automotive repair and service centre in Essex, specialising in Porsche, Lotus and Aston Martin vehicles. That early version used a custom PHP backend (there was less of a stigma around reinventing the wheel back then); as the business grew I was subsequently tasked with redesigning the site in 2011, and did so along with re-platforming it to WordPress.

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The PSR Automotive homepage, desktop layout

The PSR Automotive homepage, desktop layout

Most recently in 2017 with a shift in focus of the business underway I was invited to tackle a further update of the site, this time migrating to a new Django-based back-end and creating a new responsive front-end showcasing the various aspects of PSR. The site features a vehicle sales catalogue, servicing information and various other CMS-controlled content and media.

The 2017 update included a revised development toolchain featuring Grunt, SASS, and RequireJS.

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The PSR Automotive vehicle detail template, desktop layout

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The PSR Automotive vehicle detail template, desktop layout

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