Web Design

Website-related design works. Also includes front-end development.

Portfolio Website Through the Years

Since I created my first online portfolio website in 2005, there have been a few common threads running through all my subsequent portfolio designs. Hmm… I wonder what that could be… Dragons! So many of them! Well, actually, just two, and only one of them are named. Still, my early college work had so many […]

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This Website (Zanoi 1.0)

2013. This is the comp of this website’s first WordPress theme, and its current theme. HTML5 valid and CSS3, this theme features custom menus, backgrounds, and headers, though for this website’s purposes they have mainly been coded in manually. Cool Stuff: Get more information by hovering over the images on the homepage’s featured area! Click […]

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MTAC in Love Website Comp

2013, Photoshop. A work-in-progress design comp for the MTAC 2014 website theme. Keeping with large use of the year’s theme (love) and colors (pink and sky blue), this new general layout for the homepage was aimed to create a more useful and dynamic display of information to visitors, which could easily be updated as well […]

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Sakura Restaurant

2012, WordPress. For a small local Japanese/Thai restaurant not far from where I went to college. They needed some things to be done to their outdated website, so I offered a quick redesign, to which they agreed. Its look was inspired by the restaurant’s wooden booths, as well as the sleek black of seaweed-wrapped sushi rolls. […]

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MTAC: Devil’s Dozen Website

2012, Photoshop. A simple website design comp for Middle Tennessee Anime Convention’s 2013 theme. It closely follows the structure of previous years’ website layouts but simplifies it visually.

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Sowell Group Services

2011, WordPress. Small web template design for a local advertising agency. It includes four pages with emphasis on the agency’s specialty (billboard advertising) and a classic aesthetic. Since it’s built in WordPress, it also has other template pages built-in should the website ever need to expand. Valid HTML5, modern CSS3. Visit Website

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