This project was created using Dreamweaver and Photoshop.
**This business closed, unfortunately, in 2011. It’s such a beautiful site, though, I decided to leave it in my portfolio but disable the link so you could see what it looked like. Let me know if you’re interested in seeing a “live” version of this and I can put it up for you.
This site was a very involved Joomla site. I designed the site based roughly on their previous site, but mostly on what the client wanted. I used Joomla and Photoshop predominantly.
I also incorporated a forum board and slideshows. This site is one that I subcontracted.
This website had been previously designed by another designer. I made some changes to her joomla template and incorporated slideshows and google calendars.
One of the client’s concerns was to be able to update the site herself, so I designed cheat sheets to help with that.
This website was originally designed using Flash, Photoshop and a combination of GoLive and dreamweaver.
The goal of this website was to not only promote event-related businesses, but also to project a professional feeling.
It has since been redone in joomla to allow for more options including a forum and paypal integration.
This site was originally created using Flash, Photoshop, GoLive and Dreamweaver.
The client wanted fun, bright colors and to incorporate various video, photo and files she provided.
It was since been upgraded to joomla format which allowed for better control over some of the features she wanted, including paypal integration.
I was involved with this site from its beginning concepts to the finished product. I designed the logo and the design of the website.
We incorporated bright colors to represent exotic birds. The website is done in a combination of Dreamweaver, GoLive and Photoshop.