Tag Archives: website design

  • Home Page for website for Claudia Hug

    White Bright and Beautiful

    Recently I worked on a challenging website because it needed to provide eCommerce versatility for the purchase of very high-end  jewelry created by a silver/goldsmith who just moved to Raleigh from Switzerland. With the very active and valuable participation of the client we just finished up this view of her world, with a flourish of the […]

  • Nine Mile Photo

    Nice Formats for Photography

    I just finished up a site for a photographer who is getting ready to move here and we both like the look and feel of the new site I have created for him. I have used this particular WordPress theme before and I think it provides one with terrific options for galleries of work, which make […]

  • using mobile devices screen shot dec 2014

    Going Mobile Gets Results

    The Latest Research Addresses How Going Mobile Gets Results For the moment, when on a mobile device like a phone the second and third listing as a search result gets the best attention! And something new I had not hear of, called the Knowledge Graph is moving right along in popularity. This is something I […]

  • Screen Shot Belles header on granite no flower

    Start With A Header That Sets The Tone

    Catering to a Client’s Interest Is What It Is All About Recently I completed a website for a delightful and insightful client who offers a tasty and beautiful catering service in Cary. Just down the street from where I used to work at SAS. It was an interesting assignment because somehow their site was hacked by […]

  • Coloration Counts

    Coloration. It’s an important attribute to artists and an important attribute to web design. In a recent web development assignment I worked with an artist who recently moved here to Chapel Hill. She is an accomplished mixed media artist that has a plethora of varied work. Many of her paintings have an intense amount of […]

  • Sonia Ragan dancer

    What’s A Logo Have to Do with It

    Logo design requires a look that reflects the nature of the service to be rendered. In the case of Sonia Ragan, an accomplished dance instructor, I created a logo that is literately a swirl of activity. This compliments her robust style of dancing whether it be an American Rhythm or a more Latin beat. It also suggests an […]

  • therapist

    A Strong Visual Presence Plus

    This is a short description about the many features employed at a website I set up for Martha Whitney, who is a local psychotherapist and Life Coach. We worked closely together to create a look and feel that Martha felt comfortable with and reflected her varied services, in a manner that was simple, direct, and […]

  • lindaprager-designs

    Design with Quadrants Around A Spine

    Here is an interesting layout for a website I designed for a ceramicist located here in Chapel Hill. Most of her work is hand built and assumes a variety of simple organic shapes. Many of her pieces are textured with markings that add a primitive decorative value to the art. Various expressions result from her sculpting […]

  • jean cerasani

    Reflections on Fine Fiber Arts

    Here is a very straight-forwardverywebsite — created with WordPress — for a dear friend of mine and fellow fiber artist. She is quite skilled. She spent years creating hand detailed fabric for clothing designers in Miami. Her work is sumptuous, soft to wear, and also sits quite nicely on a sofa, as part of a […]

  • Dr. Head Phd

    Design for a Therapeutic View

    The design of this site for a therapist was created after Susan Head and I spent a while breezing through many natural scenes to select just the right image to welcome you to her website. This lovely wheat in the sun was settled on because it was warm, inviting, and suggestive of natural growth. It’s […]