Sara Langdon asked me to design a new website that she could use to sell her artwork online rather than rely solely on galleries.
I built her a new e-commerce site (using WordPress) that she can manage on her own - adding products and fulfilling online orders.
She received two orders the first day it went live, so was thrilled with the result.
I was asked to look at a new design for a legal firm's appointment calendar.
They supplied me with a brief and brand guidelines.
Although the prototype was created in Sketch, the client asked for it to be supplied as a PDF.
The assignment was to rework an existing website using UX best practices.
The website had to be responsive for desktop, tablet and mobile.
We only had time to do a few pages: homepage, private tours & booking page.
Kazuya was a school assignment.
The brief was to UX methodologies to research and build a food ordering app.
I chose to do a wine list iPad app for a local restaurant.
We didn't have time to complete all the content, so I have added content for one route
- Red Wine - Pinot Noir - Archangel.
The assignment was to create a website to select and book accommodation.
We had to use java script to make calculations and manipulate the DOM.
The website determines - from your selections - what accommodation is available,
it then calculates any meals you've added and the number of nights stayed.
A few class members were asked by a tech start-up to create a fun landing page for them,
while they worked on getting their business started.
I created the logo that draws on the page at the beginning and some of the content and pop-ups.