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    This responsive website was created for a local ice cream parlor in Wake Forest N.C. It was one of my very first responsive sites that I've coded… Read More
    This responsive website was created for a local ice cream parlor in Wake Forest N.C. It was one of my very first responsive sites that I've coded by hand. I first sketched up the design on paper, mocked it up in photoshop and illustrator and eventually turned it into usable HTML5/CSS3 code that could be used across browsers while maintaining it's intended presentation and user experience. The main focus of this project was to ensure that it could scale down nicely to mobile devices such as iPads as well as other tablets and phones. It took a while and a lot of frustration, but it finally got there. Please leave me a comment telling me a fun or frustrating thing that happened while you were first creating something responsive. And don't forget to appreciate, it really helps me out. Thanks. Read Less
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Built with scalability in mind.
 
Will scale and adapt to any screen size for a consistent experience no matter what device you throw at it. Whether it's an iPad, laptop, or mobile phone this site was built to only use the amount of features its container can accomodate.  
 
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Know Your Customer
Lumpy's believes in knowing their customers and what they like, dislike and absolutely LOVE. The friendly staff over at Lumpy's Ice Cream displayed a desire to keep their customers in the loop 24/7, so I built their site "SOCIAL READY" with networks such as Twitter & Facebook to connect them with their peeps.  

Go Ahead...Rotate It.
While coding & designing the Lumpy's Ice Cream website, I kept one main neccessity at the top of my list. It had to look consistent and be pliable enough to adapt to any orientation. Adding a sidebar popout menu here was a great feature and was instrumental in accomplishing this goal. 
 
Online Store
Lumpy's wanted a way to let their customers know they sold more than just ice cream at their parlor. So I pulled out my handy-dandy notebook and got to work creating a simple store for their customers to use. 
Media & Gallery
What better way to show your customers who you are and why you started making ice cream, than to offer them videos that explain just that. They can check themsleves out as well in the gallery, eating Lumpy's Ice Cream at events all across town. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Designer Notes:
I enjoyed making this responsive website. It was both a challenge and a great learning experience. Leave a comment and let me know how your first experiences were creating design or code for responsive layouts such as this. 
 
 
Please Appreciate!