web designs

Website designs for assorted projects. Most are HTML5/CSS3 and are responsive. Several use JavaScript, JQuery, and PHP.
 

I Need Art Website Design

Web design for “i need art” website concept where customers choose art and modify it to match their rooms. Designed in Photoshop.

Product Website

My capstone project is a custom WordPress template design for a pickle product. The website incorporates sliders, e-commerce, recipes, and other features. It is fully responsive, uses a grid framework, HTML5, CSS3, and several plugins. This website could be adapted for any type of product.

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WordPressions Blog

A custom WordPress template was developed to host this blog of WordPress lessons learned and programming tips. The site is based on a responsive grid and incorporates JavaScript for custom functions.

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Fountains Homeowners Website

The Fountains is a quaint beachside community of about one hundred homes. Their current website is outdated, so I designed a custom WordPress template for a new site and created several sample pages for accessing the association’s documents, board members, and community events. While a bit kitschy, it fits the community perfectly.

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Rebel Bride Website

This fun website was created in the first programming class of the program as an introduction to HTML. It uses HTML, CSS, and Spry for all functionality. Spry tabbed panels are used in a unique way to provide an image gallery function. The website features images from non-traditional weddings with a delightful sense of humor and splash of color.

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Bad Dog Cafe Website

This light-hearted restaurant website was created primarily to use HTML5 semantic elements and CSS3. It uses many HTML5 features including: canvas, geolocation, video, form input elements, and overall page structure. The website also includes CSS3 features such as transitions for interactivity that is often provided by JavaScript.

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First Portfolio Website

This portfolio website was created in the first programming class of the program. It uses HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and the YUI library. This library enabled the easy animation of the primary navigation bar, which was a fun element to include. Most navigation bars are static, but this one animates between page transitions. As a first website, this shows nice interactivity due to JavaScript and YUI.

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