A clean, simple site for ad hoc arts service organization, Progress Lab, built on the WordPress CMS platform. Site development included a WordPress administration tutorial built into the WP dashboard. The site is maintained by the client.
Vancouver based voice artist and voice coach, Alison Matthews, needed her site redesign to have a modern look to reflect her vocal style. Her new site is built on the WordPress platform.
This Victoria based theatre company is dedicated to creating productions for young people using traditional narrative material as its base. Their original site was confusing to navigate; the redesign gave them a more cohesive and playful online presence.
This young and vibrant theatre company wanted a website that was fun, colourful, and professional—a design that mirrored their nontraditional style of performance while keeping the site navigation accessible and straight forward.
This site is a redesign of Rebecca's original WordPress site. I customized her WordPress template—she maintains the site’s content.
An independent Canadian film production company in the midst of releasing their first feature film asked for a redesign of their old site. A simple, user-friendly interface was created and the design relied heavily on the film stills taken by Fabrice Grover.
The challenge with this site was to find a desgn and build a navigation for two people under the umbrella of one website. The Drs were very happy with the result.
Award winning theatre duo, DualMinds, asked for a modern, bold, and dramatic look for their website redsign. The new look has received rave reviews from their audience.
Shelley West is a private chef-for-hire; she needed her website to be fresh, clean and inviting.
A spicy, take-no-prisoners, Canadian, West Coast magazine for literature and the arts. The redesign was a collaboration with local designer, Keiko Lee Hem.
Editorial, portrait, and fine art photographer Mark Mushet wanted a portfolio site that complimented his photographic style and allowed the images to shine.