2017

Yearly Archives

  • Collaborative Art – Layer by Layer

    A very dear friend of mine just built a website to showcase the collaborative work of Shelly Hehenberger and Luna Lee Ray. Their artwork is handed back and forth with many layers of additions and subtractions to the visual “scene” viewed by the art admirers. I served as consultant while working with Shelly on a […]

  • Order and Flow

    Working with this client was a complete pleasure. The objective for her website? Keep it simple and sharp in the same way she creates “order and flow” to the home organizing efforts. Notice how she decided to cluster the text about her thought process and services. She listened closely to my advice about Search Engine […]

  • Shape the Shop with WordPress

    Recently I decided to add a shop to my crafts website but the theme I used did not allow enough menus items for me to include a shop, as well as a cart and checkout page so I first had to switch from Dandelion theme to 3Clicks, which is actually what I have used to […]

  • Compliment the Collage

    For this website the artist and I decided to use a subdued pallete so that her very active collage work could stand on its own without any visual competition. The artist picked the font for her logo, and we were quickly on a roll. Her work is intense, interesting, and fully realized. Do take a […]

  • Tilting Text for the Sake of Art

    When I created the website for Triangle Visual Artists I had a grand time messing with the logo. I found a font that actually had different variations of letters, and by shifting between what was defined as uppercase or lower I could created letters with different slants. Notice that the A in the word Triangle […]