When I redesigned the Washington Courts Website (I did the original design in 2008 and it hadn’t been updated much since), I worked with the executive committee to address some functionality and loading issues, surveyed their end user and went back to a redesign of the logo as well to fresh it up – using the same original plum color. With the donation of some lovely photography by Celeste Stokes of courthouses around the state, I think we captured some of the essence of the importance of this foundation (buying equipment and funding some critical capital needs) – http://fwacourts.org/
Client needed a brand and website to launch her new life and fitness coaching career. We met and started the branding exercise with talking about her ideal client, some of her own personal goals and how she wanted the client to feel when visiting her website and her brand. She wanted women to feel renewed and energized (the client herself is a blast to hang out with and has tons of energy), and she wanted women to understand that age is just a number. We came up with the Spring & Renewal theme and went from there. Need someone to kick your life into higher gear? – Pam is a great coach! Aspirecoaching.me
A newly formed trade association for expert witnesses, the Pacific Northwest Network for Forensic Expert Witnesses (pn2few.org) needed a webpage stat…and it needed a searchable database component, a calendar that could be quickly updated, several people were going to be blogging and to throw a monkey wrench into everything – there was almost no budget for design. The project became a website that evolves as the clientele are further defined.
Madison Engineering wanted a new look and feel to their website and incorporate some of the photography of the projects. I did a competitive analysis and worked with the client to create a more approachable language. CSS coding of particular functions and colors to the site including sepia effect when clicking on some pictures and shadow effect.