Since September 2013, I have been graphically exploring the blessings of those on social media as well as my own. I’ve also been featuring work of other designers who are inspired by blessings. Why? Well, isn’t your day a little brighter when you reflect on your own blessings and those of the others? I know mine is.
The design utilizes muted purples, creams, sages, and Victorian patterns. The site design was intended to be minimal so the blessed inspired artwork would standout.
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The InfoSage program is being developed by Harvard Medical Faculty Physicians through a grant from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
InfoSage helps families coordinate an elder's care. Despite the serious topic, it was important to the client that the software was approached, thus the "granny" character was created and the light heartened color palette was established.
Greenville College Digital Media's Department Website
Created in collaboration with Professor Deloy Cole
A Wordpress theme was chosen so the church administration could add their own content without the need of the website developer (i.e. weekly sermons, events, calendar, and photos). A custom child theme was created for the layout.
Each page of the design focuses on the garments that the client wanted to be sold.The models were positioned in a way to best show off the garment. For the individual garment pages the garment is shown by itself, on the model, and the color choices are prominently display across the bottom. The sweepstakes page features a video and place for nurse’s comments.
Biology Professor Website
HTML, JQUERY, CSS
In order to
The client’s mission to provide transportation and counseling to people trying to overcome methamphetamine addiction.
The client wanted the graphics to mimic the color palette and use of transparencies of a past version of the Creative Spark business website. The client also wanted a large glowing cross and her original logo (not designed by Creative Spark) featured. Wordpress technology was used so the client could be able to update the content without coding.
Since CIHS focuses on promoting the appreciation and conservation of reptiles and amphibians, the graphics were created to showcase photography of these animals. The site was developed using Wordpress technology so CIHS officers could easily edit the calendar, post information on the Market pages, and write articles about upcoming events or current news in the herpetology world without working with Creative Spark.