Web Design Portfolio
This site was designed using a blog platform so that the client can edit the content of his site at will. The old design was such that every time he needed a change, it had to go through a web designer. This was not beneficial to him and his business strategy. This keeps control in his hands and adds the flexibility he wanted. A page curl effect was also implemented to add a little touch of pizazz to the overall look of the site.
This is a custom web site driven by a content management solution. We created a custom slideshow that would rotate larger pictures on the home page and landscape pictures on the inner pages that supported the content on each individual article.
Generally speaking, Flash is not a good tool to use for web design because of it's unpredictable optimization for search engines. However, it is perfect for people/businesses who want their content displayed in a more creative fashion. Joel's site is actually designed so that it reads content from a collection of XML files that he can change and update. So, he is maintaining his own flash site.
This site was designed with search engine optimization in mind and is developed from a blog platform. Blogs are wonderful tools to drive traffic to your site. This has been a wonderful resource for Heather DeDona begin_of_the_skype_highlighting and has grown her business by reaching out to an online audience.
This is a blog designed for a North Carolinian Libertarian Candidate. He wanted a tool to discuss politics and issues he felt were relevant to his candidacy and also wanted to get more publicity. A blog is a great tool for that. Ashley Bailey Designs also designed the logo for the site.
This is an e-commerce site that specializes in the sale of digital graphics. The store also has dynamic forums and a dynamic gallery that enhances the products sold there. The products are also searchable by designer and category.
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