projects / web design
Xtron Imaging required a new website to match their new digital-age imaging solutions. Their old website, built in 2000 lacked the modern look their competitors enjoyed.
I worked with Xtron closely during this project, almost daily. This allowed us to go from intial contact to final deployment in 5 weeks. Maintaining an open line of communication was the key to making quick progress.
Real Estate sites are inherently graphic intensive. It is thus very important to minimize the number of graphics that are used for non-essential page creation.
By utilizing CSS we were able to build a lightweight, yet powerful website that will scale elegantly. The Google Maps API is used to plot housing on a custom Property Map. This allows potential buyers to get a big picture geographical view, and be linked directly to the important details.
Skyway Printing provides a full range of print, advertising, and design services to the Grey/Bruce area. They wanted a website that fit in with their company. It was to function both as a customer facing information place, and an employee utility that provided quick access to valuable information.
Due to the unique area which they serve, it was important that the website weigh very little because many of their customers still use a dial-up internet connection.
Miss Toronto is Toronto's signature Yacht. This project was done in conjunction with Jason Smith. It involved a complete recoding, and a partial rewording of the content.
The real challenge was to minimize extraneous markup as much as possible. Styling the body and HTML tags helped up create some super-efficient code.