web design • logo and identity • ads, brochures, postcards, and more
This studio art-directs and designs beautifully illustrated children's books and related marketing material. The website features the final product, photographed, to emphasis the 3-dimensional tactile nature of the final product. Since editors and art directors are busy and want to review a designer's work quickly, portfolio pieces are shown as a revolving carousel at the top of the book design and marketing materials pages. For those who want a more in depth view, individual products and descriptions are organized in a "card" format that keeps the project information neatly together across all screen sizes.
This is a website for small business independence and success. The responsive web development maintains its aesthetic on mobile devices. People from all over the company can contribute to the site. P&B Textiles can now track visitor behavior, push content to social media, collect newsletter subscribers, and provide customer support without leaving the site or adding and updating plugins. This site can grow to include a blog and eCommerce.
In this non profit website design, the library now has a custom WordPress template that showcases their new logo and branding. It features library catalog search, a separate section for the children's department and a calendar with event categories. The library staff is empowered to maintain the site, and the template can be updated as the needs of library patrons change.
An updated web design for small business that maintains their brand identity but removes flash animations and other old technical practices to improve Google ranking. The website redesign features clear product information organization and keyword optimized technical product data. The site supports sales by presenting technical specs and customization options to engineers and procurement professionals.