Archive for March, 2010
I develop websites and easy interfaces to give applications a gentle face. My interests go out to solid (semantic) html, css, typography and interaction design for dynamic interfaces.
An online portfolio of web design and front-end development by Stompfrog (AKA Chris Bewick).
Agence Dn’D : Création de site e-Commerce Magento, intranet, extranet, développement web sur mesure et Communication Interactive. Développement web. e-Commerce Magento. Communication interactive
My name is Thott and I am the Design and Production Manager at Little Coogie. The company was founded by my mother in 1973. At that time all she had was a single sewing machine; today, though, we are one of Thailand’s largest manufacturers of young girls’ party dresses: we have more than two hundred machines and we export to more than thirty different countries worldwide.
Art. Code. Design.
We are Anino Shadowplay Collective, a group of multi-media artists dedicated to popularizing the art of shadowplay in the Philippines.
HTML, CSS, jQuery, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign. WordPress, Drupal, Mediawiki, and have worked with Ruby on Rails and .NET frameworks
In fact I am a backend/frontend web developer, expert in building web applications, with a love for using latest technologies, standards, and great usability. This web site is my portfolio and blog.
A little goes a long way. Visionary and professional design goes an astronomical way! I specialize in interactive design, visual communication, and corporate identity. I work to deliver visible solutions by way of clean and creative design.
Bonsai builds dynamic web sites that run anywhere. Perfect for portfolios, catalogues and other image-heavy sites. There’s no database or admin interface – just templates for the HTML, YML files for the content, and the file system defines the hierarchy. Upload the results and you’re away.
All of the sites that I build are coded to internationally recognised web standards published by the W3C and ECMA. Developing to web standards allows for greater levels of accessibility and future-proofing and provides a wide range of benefits for both users and clients. These include faster loading times, greater accessibility, ease of maintenance and improved search engine ranking.
This is the personal webspace of Ed Wheeler, a Portland, Oregon based web/graphic designer and HTML/CSS developer.
This web site is intended to be my playground for HTML5 & CSS3. So many good features for CSS3! Most browsers currently do not have full support for all new features.