blogs & things:
help the USA
fight hunger with a game
are you a Wiki-lover?
www.hankstelephones.com This site used blocked color, an owner-selected palette of royal blue, rich yellow, white, grey and black, and a custom-designed logo, to visually convey the love for fine, old-time engeneering and design that is the raison d'etre for this business, which sells beautifully-restored (to working condition) antique, classic and collectible Western Electric (WECO), Bell System, Automatic Electric, European and Asian telephones.
Sabu Quinn: www.sabuquinn.com The owner's fine arts background and feedback strongly influenced this web site design. The site is spare and clean, giving maximum focus to the owner's screenplays, photos, and video stills. By using the owner's existing marketing material as the basis for the design motif, and with all text and photographic content originating from the site owner, the site functions as a pure and authentic representation of the owner's talents, which he can be comfortable about using for self-promotion. We've given joint design credit for this site to the owner.
www.rivendelfarm.com The site uses a signboard motif for identity and navigation, to set a country mood with an elegant finish. The site's design motif and crisp, sparkling layout telegraph the farmers' humane and knowledgeable approach to farming. The site helps build a strong visual identity for the farm and its product marketing needs. The owners' text content is used throughout. Illustrations digital modifications of scans of the owners' farm snapshots.
Prepping photos for Flash — Flash Presentation for Sabu Quinn: www.sabuquinn.com/irepix.html High-resolution 11 x 14.black-and-white analog photo prints were scanned and prepared for a Flash presentation that highlights the differences in how children play in the Republic of Ireland and Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Pups 'n Love Animated Flash entertainment:
The Magic Box Animated Flash entertainment:
Web Page Designs (within this web site)
Design Class Lecture and Calendar Pages These pages were developed for a series of design classes, taught by Heather Quinn of WindyHill Design in 2002 and 2003. As each class started, the graphics and color styles of the lectures pages were morphed to suit the season of the year. The pages featured a CSS2 right side menu, based on a style sheet from bluerobot.com's stylesheet reservoir.
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