Up to Us is a university wide competition that pits students against each other to compete to save America's fiscal future. Up to Us had requested an update to their old website design. This new site incorporates a responsive design layout, online contact forms, and social network integration. The site was designed to be fully manageable and updateable by the client.
The newly revamped website garned this college competition some well received press featuring in both the New York Times and USA Today. The competition has grown from 10 competiting schools to over 25 for the 2013/2014 school year.
The current Up to Us website can be found here: www.itsuptous.org
Hip Hop Fundamentals is a travelling act that is available for school presentations. Through the magic of Hip Hop, Steve Believe and his crew teach positivity, character development, strong work ethic, personal health and fitness, and youth empowerment through dance. This brand new website breaks down the fundamentals of what they do and teach, multiple ways to get in contact and interact with the company, and testimonials from former schools and students they have performed for.
The current Hip Hop Fundamentals website can be found here: www.hiphopfundamentals.org
Owens Group is an insurance agency based out of New Jersey. My involvement included deploying and customizing a client manageable backend, coding all layouts and front-end views and creating a custom front end and backend weather alert system site. Incorporated into the redesign are a simple color coding to the three main types of insurance as well as the heads of each department, custom homepage layouts for when emergencies strike an easy to use custom claims forms on the site.
The Mary Louis Academy, an all girls school located in Queens, NY, came with a unique set of requests when wanting a site overhaul. Dissatisfied with the lengthy process of updating their site and adding new content, the new layout and design focused on client usability and maintenance as well as beautiful typography and fresh, modern look. Academic offerings, extra curricular activities, staff and alumni highlights are all available and easily accessible. A custom calendar, sports scores, teaching staff, photo galleries, and more were all intergrated into a custom CMS solution for the client.
The current Up to Us website can be found here: www.tmla.org
XSP site redesign brought the company into the 21st century. Bold striking full page scrolling imagery, custom created video featuring the President and CEO of XSP, and a fully intergrated blog were just some of the features incorporated into XSP's new website.
XSP has recently been acquired by SunGard.
Alteil is the #1 online card based computer game originally from Japan. I was on a team tasked with bringing this card game to the American shores. I was involved in localization, server setup, website portal creation, community management and enhancements to the core game.
The current Up to Us website can be found here: www.alteil.com
Hotel Indigo requested a full website redesign. The brand is better represented through beautiful imagery, homepage real estate where they can spotlight hotel events or specials, and a reservation a widget available to the customer right when you enter the site. The final website better integrates Hotel Reservations, allows for easier access to connect with the hotel through newsletters and social network outlets.
The current Hotel Indigo website can be found here: www.indigoeastend.com
GDLSK is a law firm who requested a website redesign. I gave the site a more modern look, a breakdown of practices, and indiviual employee bios. The site is built with a custom CMS backend and all aspects are update-able by the client.
The current GDLSK website can be found here: www.gdlsk.com
Linear Logistics is a shipping and logistics looking for an updated web presence. A company overview was shot, cut and featured on the homepage, and each area of service broken down into their own section.
Their website can be found here: www.linear-logistics.com
Awesome! Industries is a company of one, impassioned developer, Dave Rottino. Awesome! Industries is built on a simple four step process: RESEARCH, CREATE, INNOVATE, and IMBUE AWESOMENESS. Taking the time to assess the competition and recognizing where innovation and creative design is lacking can make a good idea into a great final product. Awesome! Industries believes that earnest work shines and rises above the rest everytime; my mantra is "Make it Awesome!". People recognize and gravitate toward that type of design. Whether it be a website re-branding, marketing strategy, or web application, Awesome! Industries treats every project with the 100% enthusiasm and passion.