Shine*Ola is an event planning company in Victoria. I met them working on a volunteer effort and they expressed dissatisfaction with their existing web site so I prototyped this as a home page for them. The existing web site is an off the shelf template that was then modified in a hurried fashion. I was rather astonished because they are great designers which was obvious when I looked at their business cards. So I mocked up a new homepage for them carrying over the business card design theme.
Responsive Web Design means that a web site works properly on many different devices, browsers, and orientations.
In the end, money doesn't buy happiness. That's why I like to do things like this. This was pro-bono work I did for the hospital auxiliary.
Carol Koebbeman, aside from being my wife, is also a talented oil painter -- a skill I'm not shy about using when a particular website requires a painted look and feel.
I've been working on this site for quite some time pro-bono. It's really nice to finally see it up and ready to go. I must admit that what's really nice is now I can turn my attention to my own site.
Well, for some time I've needed to give attention my own website. Let me be the first to admit that this is still under construction. But it's starting to shape up and I like it.