Amy Wolfberg wanted a website that was bright, colorful and expressed her artistic aesthetics. She also requested that a blog be simple to integrate. Besides building her website and incorporating a blog, I also designed her logo.
Knhik Haefner asked for a CMS that allowed him to control and update his own site. I developed and later modified his site to display information and menus in new locations, and trained him on the WordPress platform for future maintenance.
The Complete Works Project needed a website that could present information on all of Shakespeare's works in a well-organized manner. Besides designing and building their website, I also designed the central word cloud, which they adopted as a logo.
Annie Corbett, owner of the Portland Tutoring Collecive, requested a website that was simple to update and could incorporate online booking options. She also asked that the website be dark, with a black background and light text.
Marissa Ciccia, a Certified Holistic Health Coach in Portland OR, wanted to switch from Wordpress.com to Wordpress.org, with a redesigned site that allowed her to better feature her services. She also wanted a portfolio that showcased her inspirational photos and integrated with social media sites.
James Pex requested that I redesign his website and improve the user experience. He needed information to be presented in a logical manner for both technical and casual website visitors. He also asked that the website be transferred to an new CMS that could be maintained easily in the future.