- From my 16 years of interactive design experience, I've selected the following examples of my website design.
Website for Zion's Bank.
This site reflects the colors and materials of an actual retail space, the Cafe.
Integrated video slots, and large, clear navigation make this site welcoming and approachable for consumers who may be wary of complex mortgage topics.
Food blog for recipes with clean minimalist style to keep attention on the photography.
Feature photos are overlaid with branding icons so that this blog gets credit when the photo is pinned to Pinterest.
Retail brand's informational site to present the brand and products and direct viewers to store locations.
Textures of cloth, wrinkled paper, and cherry wood enhance the branding of this natural and tropical clothing company called, "Cariloha."
Bamboo leaves break outside the left and right margins with soft shadows to create a sense of depth and emphasize bamboo as the core material from which the products are made.
A corporate informational site with significant sections for 3 separate audiences.
The design features a 3 column layout with glowing edges and animated section headers. Also, feature boxes were built with a "wysiwyg" back-end editing capability so that both images and text can be easily updated by content owners without programmer involvement.
An independent musician's website promoting a series of upcoming albums.
The design is entirely hand-drawn, which enhances the artist's identity as honest, authentic, and personal. The site features streaming of his latest songs, links directly to iTunes purchases, and a system for updates as new albums are released.
An informational site for a retailers of kids clothing and toys.
Various large face shots fill the headers throughout the site to emphasize the company's mission--creating smiles for little ones. The site uses a 2-column layout, but breaks graphic boundaries in surprising ways to stand out from other sites.
An online store design for a clothing retailer who makes their apparel out of bamboo.
This design mirrors the feel of store locations in both colors and textures. The site employs an introduction video, and sections on the company and the making of the product. All of this was designed to work within a third party template system by ZenCart ecommerce.
An affiliate site to make it simple and enticing for cruise ship affiliates to track their progress toward rewards. This site has to look approachable, both easy and fast to use, to appeal to busy salespeople. The colors are brand-neutral since multiple retailers use this site.
Intranet design featuring multiple templates for various sections of this site for store owners. Main pages feature larger lifestyle photos. Deeper pages use 2 smaller sizes of images and an expanding menu bar that adjusts to the tasks of each section.