More samples of my web design work over the last few chaotic years, most of this stuff is from 2007 and 2008, and a bunch of it is still live on the Interwebs! Le Gasp!
Chad Hill managed to get me some screencaps of the full beta/dev version of Wompum, the little webapp that died before it’s time. It isn’t online any longer and these screen shots may be the last remnants of the project. I am still searching for the logo and desing files in my archives, and I think somewhere there is a fully archived version of the projects svn repositories… should we ever decide to revive it. Wompum was a web/email/moving towards sms and twitter game of social bragging and one-ups-manship. It had ninjas. It had a big red ‘BETA’ sticker on the site. In our beta testing it was driving an average of 200 page views per user per month. The site was sticky as hell, and strangely addictive according to the feedback we were getting. It died, like most web projects, because we ran out of money and our company ( Verse Studios ) bit the dust. This is the project that worked Chad Hill into the hospital, and he deserves most of the credit for it. All I did was make pretty pictures and do some web layout work. Chad, by the way, is one of the most talented people I have ever worked with.
While I was in Vancouver I did a bit of freelancing, here is one of the projects I worked on. It was for a Burnaby based artist named Robert Petroni who did a lot of work in Pop Art. I did the logo, website layout, html/css and Sean Murphy did the back-end database work for the gallery. You can find the website at 100Triangles.
Next up is Share My Ticket, a Stormcode production. This is a concert and sports ticket sharing site that lets users pass tickets to friends and strangers alike, trading them for other tickets. I was responsible for the web design, typography, and the markup/css.
And last but not least is my current pet activism and politically motivated project, Petrocant. I have been doing social marketing work on Petrocant, web design, markup/css, logo design, and general pretty picture making. The site is built on WordPress by Stormcode, who did the work pro-bono so if you need some web work done go show them some love.
As usual you can find all of this stuff over on the design page of the site.