* Website designs may have been changed by clients after delivery
The City of Douglas, Arizona wanted a website that was informative, but not cluttered; functional, but with an updated, modern look that complemented the Southern Arizona landscape. A mobile version of the site will soon complement the current desktop version.
Relatively new to the Downtown Tucson scene, The JunXion Bar wanted a website that reflected the interior aesthetics of the bar and media-centric content. Ease of use was also a goal and was achieved by streamlining the photos and status updates from their Facebook page to the website. Visit this site on your phone to view the mobile site!
The Neuroscience Graduate Interdisciplinary Program sought a new website with an updated more modern design. They also requested functionality for U of A students to log in with their university NetID to allow them to update their public facing profiles.
Closing AZ LLC did not have a website previous to its new design and wanted something professional, but that also reflected Southern Arizona's outdoor aesthetics. The verbose nature of the design reflect Closing AZ LLC's commitment to ensuring trust and confidentiality amongst its clients.
Located in Tucson, Arizona, at the University of Arizona, AKPsi required a page where their brothers could logon and exchange useful information. The site also features a chapter directory and biography for each member as well as aesthetically unique gallery features.
Located in Park City, Utah, Kupferschmidt Electrical Services site was outdated and written in a deprecated matter and KES was seeking the same site with an updated look. This was important as they offer high-end lighting and shading services and needed a site that reflected as much. Pictures, the slideshow, information, and new pages were created in the update process.
My friend and I's personal side project is brewing beer and we hope to open up a brewery someday. This website is more of a blog style website with Facebook like integration on each blog and a simple, but attractive design.
PC Restoration plus is a simple yet elegant site by necessity. The target market is an elderly community less acquainted with computers and the site needed to communicate a simple message while maintaining a very user-friendly site. This site is currently being updated.