The websites I design are all unique. I aim to design a product that is not only aesthetically pleasing but also functional, convenient to navigate, and easy for the site owner to make their own updates. A portfolio of some of my previous work is below. Click an icon to visit the actual website.
USMemorialDay.org is a central point of information about Memorial Day in the U.S., including efforts to restore its original intent and provide others a chance to share their respect for those that gave their all.
SUVCW.org was designed for a Civil War fraternal organization. The responsive, dynamic theme provides a hefty amount of information and aims to convey a history relevant to modern membership.
TrinityEvansville.org was designed for a historic church in downtown Evansville, Ind. The responsive, dynamic site aims to provide a welcoming feel while still conveying the tradition of the church.
NewburghHistory.com is site dedicate to the history and architecture of Newburgh, Ind. It is a dynamic, responsive website aiming to attractively preserve and disperse historic information.
HolliSullivan.com was designed for Indiana State Representative Holli Sullivan. She requested a simple, clean landing page that lets visitors quickly sign up for email updates, donate, and learn more about her.
StPaulsLCMS.org is a site for a local Lutheran church. It offers detailed information on the congregation and an easily editable back-end for church leadership to make updates and quickly provide church news.
Allyson-Joshua.com is a simple but classy site designed to inform wedding guests about saving the date, give directions to the wedding, share registry information, and more.
VanderburghProsecutor.org is the central portal for the local prosecutor’s office. It serves as a resource for victims, witnesses, law enforcement officers, and citizens.
BuildI69.com is an advocacy site for Interstate 69 providing news, updates, and support for the important project, along with areas for media coverage.