Non-Drowsy Non-Formula. Prescription-Strength Visual Communications
I've been meaning to write an article titled “Design Karaoke” which would make the case for using a trained, experienced designer if you want your work to look professional. However, I have yet to draft a version that hasn't morphed into a “Holmes on Homes”-style rant.
Every so often I get asked to protect photos from being copied from someone's site.
Based on the Connecticut Barns design from Mission Branding. New variation includes altered color scheme, new icon, additional styling and functionality. Database wizardry, content organization planning and problem solving by Adrienne Travis. CMS: ExpressionEngine.
Complete renovation of a site for the health-insurance admin company. Designed and coded by smartpill design.
Another collaboration with AH Design. Development by Smartpill. Running on ExpressionEngine. Showcase for world-class architectural firm featuring galleries of their work.
Design: AH Design. Development: Smartpill. Running on ExpressionEngine.
All design and development. Originally built on Movable Type 3 (Sept. 2005). Switched to ExpressionEngine mid January 2010 with added functionality and some design changes.
Small ExpressionEngine-driven site for The Chubb Fellowship at Yale University. Designed by AH Design, built by smartpill.
New hyper-local news site for the Naugatuck Valley area.
A collaboration with designer Jenny Chan of Jack Design (layout). We did all structure coding (xhtml, css) and scripting as well as set it up with ExpressionEngine to give NHPT control over the content. Check out the great photos in the Historic District galleries.
A self-serve events calendar with built in form-based entry. Detail pages include driving directions and file attachment. Other features and design enhancements to come. Also built with ExpressionEngine.
Converted site to Movable Type eliminating the spam plague and adding new features. Original layout has been refined and added a rotating ad column, recent comments, pagination and image captions. 12/2009: Converted site to ExpressionEngine with some layout changes and added features.