Simple navigation and creative design is my goal. My web design service is for businesses, organizations, and individuals that are looking for a clean web site without a lot of unwanted features, yet maintains a consistent look and feel that fits the desired theme and focus.
I created a complete brand identity for Green Home Goods: logo design, photography, web site, vinyl window signs, product hang tags, and more. For the web site, a clean, simple design with smooth animations was perfect for this eco-conscious business. Colors were limited to earth tones to match their brand identity and bring home the earth-friendly atmosphere. I shot all photography for this site as well as host and manage the site with DreamHost, a "green" hosting company.
It was important to have a web site that suited the personality of its owner and his specialties. An informal design with framing lumber, plywood, and handwritten wood scraps as a menu, fit the bill nicely. I also shot all photography for this site. I host and manage this site with DreamHost, a "green" hosting company.
We wanted a site that looked like a road-side shack where all sorts of hidden treasures might be found. To that end, a corrugated metal garage was developed and the logo was made to look like a rusted metal sign. Menu buttons will also appear as old metal signs hanging from rusted chains.
I also designed the MAD Eddie logo.
The client requested a Joomla based site to allow them to edit and add content as needed without the help of the designer. I aided the client in Joomla setup then modified a template to match their brand identiy.
Check out the Law Office's identity on our Logos & Branding page.
This site is a CMS (content management system) based site and as such has limited design freedom. I was asked to update the look of the site and give a more "urban" feel. I designed a "skin" that could be applied to the existing CMS without disturbing the automatically generated objects. Below, you can see the before (left) and after designs.
Check out the before and after versions of the Matchup City logo on the Logos & Branding page.
This site is a CMS (content management system) and database driven site and as such has limited design freedom. I was asked to give more a "gamer's" feel and provide a custom index page to serve as a launch pad for highlighted sytsems. You can see the before (left), after (middle) and index designs below.
I also designed the msiNotebooks.com logo.
It was important to the customer that the view get a good idea of the expanse and variety of Forrest Green Farm. I accomplished this by shooting panoramic photos of the grounds and using them as a floating footer image and in the header design. There are two distinct divisions of Forrest Green Farm and each needed to be showcased while maintaining a unified look.
Riggtown Computer Company
A Flash/HTML web site for a computer company in West Chester, PA.
Riggtown needed a complete brand identity. I handled the logo design and eventually the web site as well. This uses a Flash based menu system on top of standard HTML design.
Check out the Riggtown identity on our Logos & Branding page.
Template Based Sites
Inexpensive alternative to custom web design.
Below are a few sites that were designed using a template driven program. View samples of the all available templates here.
Big Mouth Subs came to me needing a basic web site just so people would know where they were and how to contact them. As they realized what they could do with the web, the site grew to include online and downloadable menus, order forms and more. I also shot all photography for this site as well as host and manage the site with DreamHost, a "green" hosting company.