Pavlov’s pig is a responsive website that helps consumers make important product buying decisions. The product aggregrates professional and consumer reviews informing the user about important information about that product before the user buys it and recommends the best place to buy the item.
SendMe was founded in June 2006 by three friends with a simple mission: delight customers with the latest in wireless entertainment. SendMe needed a website that would not only be informational, but excite the visitor to learn more about "The Leader in Mobile Phone Entertainment."
Fresh Foodee allows you to find the restaurants and markets in your area that serve wholesome, nourishing, local, and sustainable foods. The client wanted something fresh and organic looking, while maintaining clean aesthetics and usability.
CCCAC approached me with the challenge of re-designing their website. Their original website was full of information but lacked the visual aesthetic and functionality I thought it deserved.
The end result added a much richer visual experience as well as enhanced functionality. The site now offered a sermons archive page where users could hear sermons via mp3s. Also the site had an toggle option to switch the text to Cantonese or English.
OpenMobile is a website where independent or underground artists can promote their music. After creating a profile, musicians can upload full track MP3's and sell them to their fans. The musicians can edit those full track MP3s and turn them into 30 sec snippet ringtones. This content is published to an "Artist Page" where fans can download their favorite ringtone or full-track MP3 ala carte, or for a monthly cost, they can download an unlimited amount.