All of the websites I do are designed to meet the needs, preferences and vision of my client. I will ‘push back’ in some instances, and make recommendations about color, social media, functionality, etc. but, at the end of the day, the objective is for each client to be pleased with the result. All of the websites presented here have met this criteria.
A responsive site for a small hotel in Eastern Oregon, a redo of the previous wordpress.com website. It features a link to a booking widget as well as multiple photo galleries.
Oregon Hemp Convention (aka PDX HempFest Expo)
An annual Cannabis convention, this is a responsive site with a very tall home page packed with features. The banner had the challenge of requiring five calls to action—Eventbrite, TicketsWest, as well as pages for the advertisers, exhibitors and sponsors. Sponsor logo slider, Speaker pages & slider, an event schedule linked to the speakers, a countdown and Twitter feed are all part of the mix.
This is a very lived-in responsive site, also a redo, with very highly ranked blog.
Kimberly Berg LLC - Rock Steady Boxing
A responsive redo with a sortable timetable of classes, multiple galleries and a Pro Shop
Wild Women Choosing
A local women's group sharing Access Consciousness. This is something of a single-page website, and responsive.
This is a responsive site representing a business offering consulting on the legal and regulatory aspects of Cannabis, energy and the environment. It features a Twitter stream.
Sandi De'ak Massage
This is a responsive site reflecting her love of nature. A page for booking appointments via her Schedulicity account will be returning soon.
Clean responsive site showcasing the client's portfolio of projects. The home page has a slider with captions.
Lyndsay Scott Coaching
A clean elegant professional look was requested for this responsive website. The monogram-style logo was created to support this look.
This is the oldest website presented here, with a separate mobile site. It is in the process of being redeveloped to encompass a new dual identity in a new responsive theme.
The NeighborCat Project
This was for a nonprofit seeking to educate people about feral cats while simultaneously gathering data block-by-block. It's launch date remains unscheduled. There is a set of wireframes showcasing the mission and hands-on survey materials, and an admin interface for inputting data. The kit itself is shown in the Branding section of this portfolio.
Personal site with standalone mobile site and both color and black & white versions of the logo. The site banner features the frames for the logo animation, transforming a seated cat into the catwingz logo.