Portfolio as of Summer 2011


This was the first website I made. The owner wanted something simple and different from other bridal shops. The graphics are all custom, including the sketch of the store. Working closely with the owner, I was able to implement her ideas, the stores color scheme, as well as the overall elegant style of Camilla's with ease of use. 


This is one my earlier sites. The mathematics site was done entirely in HTML and the color scheme was inspired by a picture I took while living in Boston.


Here is another example of an elegant site that is easy to use. The owner wanted a web presence for resale shop mainly for informational purposes. The images are of the shop that I edited and update for her seasonally.


This site has a few more elements to it. The owner is a fan of simplicity and practicality. He wanted a site that was easy to use, had forms,  online ordering capabilities, and would be used to promote coupons and gather email address for an email club. I started with one logo and a set of coupons and created a site that incorporated the colors of the logo and ease of use.


The client wanted a very simple and informational site for her bridal designs. Very high on simplicity and elegance. 


The owner wanted a simple way for clients to find him. This is a one page informational site that will be expanded to meet his clients needs.


I made this site for a local a bridal boutique owner who felt that her previous site was too expensive and not serving her needs. I revamped the style and made it easier to navigate and more elegant.


This is a combination business of bookkeeping and vacation rental. (under construction)


Yes, this is for me. I started making plarn bags and wanted a way to get the word out. This is a work in progress.