Eugenia Kim’s newest book is slated to hit the shelves in late 2018, published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (oddly enough, one of my former employers back in the day!). Eugenia wanted to update both the design and technology of not just her website, but her digital presence which includes Twitter and Facebook. A graphic designer herself in addition to an …
A web design project for Julian Coles – a singer and songwriter. It was important to communicate visually both the vibe of Julian’s music and his persona. Words that come to mind are smooth, sophisticated, romantic, inspiring, and heartfelt. Other features: a blog to help promote new performances and recordings, and a page to feature SoundCloud recordings. His website will only grow.
A historical nonprofit association needed a modern, responsive website to spread knowledge about their research and encourage dialogue. My work on this website included determining the site structure and taxonomy, editing dozens of existing manuscripts to turn them into blog posts, photo and image curation, slider development, and logo/graphic design.
“Romiyo” is a startup with an idea to have everyday people contribute travel stories. The initial, “minimum viable product” version of Romiyo is a WordPress-based website with some customizations thrown in. For example, the Google Search-like homepage was built via a plugin customization. In addition, another plugin allows the site owner to create multiple users or authors using only one …
Transportation isn’t so straightforward these days. It’s not just cars, but transit, bicycling, walking, carpooling, ridesharing. I conceptualized and managed the creation of this blog which was developed by New Target studios.
English Premier League soccer is experiencing a boom in popularity in the United States. This web design was for the official Richmond, Virginia supporters club of the London-based Tottenham Hotspur Football Club. Design concept, content development for blog and pages, image curation. Color scheme matches officially approved brand identity guidelines.
Writers can’t stop writing. Writer Ann McLellan Lardas needed a straightforward blog-based website in which she could express her many thoughts. Some blue and flowers were a must, too. As her website needs grow, we’ll grow this site for her.