Posts Tagged ‘web design’

Leonardo—The International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology

Tuesday, July 7th, 2009

I worked with the staff of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Techonolgy (ISAST), publishers of the Leonardo journal, to redesign their site. During the project I performed a full scale design process from stakeholder interviews to getting reactions on moodboards to presenting a variety of page comps to finally building and producing the site. Many thanks to the staff at Leonardo for working closely with me every step of the way. Visit leonardo.info.

Leonardo website

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Alternative Exposure

Thursday, March 27th, 2008

Alternative Exposure (smaller image)

Southern Exposure’s granting program Alternative Exposure released its grantees website this month. I worked with Southern Exposure to create the look and feel based on printed materials, brochures, and a set of logos.  I built the site using WordPress for content management and user account management. Grantees can login and update their project pages, post an image, and post events. The site will also auto-archive the list of grantees each year as their granting program progresses.

Southern Exposure is a nonprofit art exhibition space in San Francisco.

Web Design Bootcamp: Post-workshop files

Tuesday, March 11th, 2008

Thank you to all the people who attended the Web Design Bootcamp at DVC last weekend! I had a brilliant time.  It was great to work with you and share a whole lot of knowledge about Web Design.  I’ve made the presentation and project files available for you to download.

Downloads:

Also, links to sites that were referred to in this class:

Best of luck to you in your future Web Design projects!