In addition to the New Life City website, Pastor Alan Hawkins wished to create a seperate portal for his recorded radio broadcasts. The material for this show tends to be more down to Earth and gets into the nitty gritty of life in the city from hot topics to sensitive issues.
I wanted this site to be a bit darker and a bit grungier but still allow for the shining light in the city.
Another change I made was that it utilizes a WordPress blogging system as the back end rather than drupal or another CMS. I was highly impressed with the newest versions of WordPress and decided it would be a good fit for this project. The theme utilizes some fancy layouts to display the 4 receent submissions on the front page as well as some archiving and comment listing on the bottom.
All in all I think it turned out really well and Pastor Alan really likes it too.
This site was a personal project completed for my final portfolio class in my masters degree program at the Savannah College of Art and Design. I was tasked to create a site that reflected other portfolio and business design elements. The overall concept was the idea of authenticity and longevity. The logo with the signature represents a pact between me and my clients that what they ask for they will get. The earthy tones reflect the level of authenticity I portray in all areas of business.
The site was initially designed to be expandable to add tutorials, blogs, content and products for my various projects but was sercumvented by this site as it fit my business models better.
This project turned out fairly well in my opinion and may utilize it’s look in the future.
I created this site as a host for my rental property. I wanted to create a site that was both stylish and informative that would increase the interest in the home while allowing possible tenants the ability to tour the room photos and gather information easily.
This site featured the lightbox image gallery system which is really awesome and easy to use.
I also explored some more non-traditional design to make it feel somewhat like a flyer, but enough like a website so as to not make it confusing.
I had a lot of fun with this site and it ended up paying off.