The Co-op Natural Foods was my first major web design project. Aside from logo design, I handled every aspect of the final product. This is a great example of the types of features you could expect from a more extensive website. This site includes: over 50 pages, four MySQL database driven sections (sales items, PLU lookup, recipes, and news system), Google Calendar and Maps integration, and two forms (newsletter sign-up and send an email).
This was a fun one! A relatively clean look, but with lots of pop. I'm particularly proud of the custom photo gallery (cupcakes) page. I also handled the logo and business card design, the latter being a first for me. And lets not forget the added bonus of geting to eat those delicious cupcakes! This site includes: 6 pages, custom-built photo gallery, and a contact form.
Purely Pilates was a bit of a bigger project for me, at least up to this point. The customer also requested some integration with some scheduling softare which was incorporated smoothly into the design. This site includes: 11 pages, integrated class schedule, and a contact form.
My first blog! I really enjoyed getting to know Wordpress and even with its limitations, came away pretty impressed with how easy it was to set up. It really is the best blogging software out there. The Active Eater is a sister site to Purely Pilates as the owner is also a registered dietitian. This site includes: A custom designed Wordpress blog.
Probably my largest project to date, the First Congregational Church website was a long time in the making. Giving the church staff access to make changes to the site was a must, so it was time to learn how to build with a content management system. It took some time for me to learn the ins and outs of styling, but it came together without too many issues. I loved how easy it was to add some pretty powerful options to the site. This site includes: a content management system (Drupal) with custom theme, over 50 pages, integration with multiple google calendars, and a front page slideshow.
Since there was already a well designed site in place, there was little in the way of design on my part. It was mostly just transferring everything over to a content management system in order to give the client direct access to make changes/updates. It was a relatively quick project in order to comply with a relatively limited budget. This site includes: a content management system (Drupal) with template theme, 10 pages, and a contact form.