I redesigned the Highline Heritage Museum website, formally the Highline Historical Society website. The Highline Heritage Museum will be opening in a new building in the winter of 2016. The new website showcases their events, exhibits, and collections.
Visitors to the museum can easily access the calendar to learn about programs and exhibits. The website features a section where their current, past and virtual exhibits can be viewed. Their extensive collections can be explored on the many pages.
I just launched the Switch It Up website. Switch It Up is a company created by two interior designers who restyle and stage homes. Their new site is an informational website highlighting their services and showcasing their portfolio.
Their portfolio features galleries for the different types of rooms they focus on. Viewers can click on the thumbnails to view the various images. The testimonials page highlights client reviews of their services.
I recently launched the Rolf Preuss website. It is a custom-designed portfolio website, showcasing the artist’s oil paintings. It displays the artwork by different categories of location, type, and media.
The artwork can be view by proportional thumbnails, full-size or a slide show gallery. Each view includes details about the artwork to enhance the viewer’s experience.
I served as the web developer in a project to build a WordPress website for the Cedar River Group. I was responsible for creating the website using designs from Photoshop files. I created the HTML, CSS and WordPress theme for the site.
Due to the nature of the custom content of the client’s website, I created seven custom post types which are special page formats in WordPress that display content similar to blog posts. The site features the client’s area of expertise, project summaries, project downloads, case summaries and more.
I re-designed SignatureDesignworks.com with a new look and feel. I used color, texture and typography to create a unique visual design and brand. The image of the nautilus seashell reflects the golden spiral, the icon in my logo. The golden spiral shows aesthetically-pleasing proportions that are a blueprint for good design.
Technically, I coded the site using the “Mobile First” concept which means writing the code for the smallest screen first and then progressing to larger screens. The site is responsive so it is viewable in all devices’ various screen sizes.