The folks over at w4 (Women, Worship, Wisdom, and Wealth) wanted a website to create a community of women from spiritual backgrounds. They needed an overall color theme and layout as well as a logo.

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The guys starting a business buying used books needed a flashy new website that would bring in college students discouraged with their campus book store. I designed their layout and color scheme, and usability for their results and selling cart pages. They needed some help for a new product logo, so I designed that as well.

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The same guys at FrontEdge needed a website for their flagship web application SchoolFront. I designed their layout and color scheme complete with edited stock photos and coded the HTML/CSS for each page. They needed some help for a new product logo, so I designed that as well.

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This was a custom template design of a WordPress weblog done for a philosophy website.

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All things must change - and the Calvary Church website is not an exception. The previous design I had done had grown old and there was a new need to have a lot more stuff in it: an integrated newsletter, calendar, sermon listing page, and dedicated youth ministry site with discussion forums, calendars, and picture galleries. The site was entirely re-designed from the ground up based on WordPress, phpBB, Coppermine, and phpCalendar applications all customized with a unique look.

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This client was an e-commerce and web services development firm, so they didn't need much help programming! I helped to design a visual direction and coded the different page templates for the home page and subpages. I also worked a little to refresh their logo to coordinate with the website's color scheme.

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Groff Networks needed an internet presence and a logo design. I designed the logo and their website visual design. I coded the page templates and used the available copy they had to fill in the different sections.

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The BWLC needed an updated website with a database backend that enabled them to administer and update a calendar, a news page, and a downloads page along with communicating to members and potential members who they were and what they were doing.

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The ISCC / CIE group needed a website for an up and comming seminar. They needed a site that allowed their viewers to be able to easily print their pages. Since this group specialized in color, the visual design really needed to stand out and be colorful without being gaudy.

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The INCOSE Rochester chapter was on the ball to host the yearly conference. They needed a website to tell potential attendees about how get to their hotels and local attractions as well as submit papers. I wanted to communicate excitement about the Rochester location through the visual design.

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Vtech was a growing business that needed a facelift on their existing website. I helped to design their visual look and feel and coded their page templates. I also redesigned their existing logo and tied its color into the rest of the website's visual direction to create a unified brand presentation. I also coded all the copy from their old site to the new one.

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This was a fun project that was just a 1-page splash screen for a Xerox trade show exhibit at Drupa. I used the trade show's official illustration in the background. I then went with a red theme for the foreground graphics for attention grabbing purposes and used Macromedia Flash with animation and techno music for the finishing touches.

The client was a law firm in the Rochester area that needed a website to attract potential clients. I designed the visual direction to reflect a theme of experience and sophistication. I coded the page templates and took the copy provided by the client and coded that in as well.

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This was a website for a Rochester fitness company. They needed a website for their growing business. I designed the visual direction and coded all the pages, both the page templates and the content.

This was a non-profit project for a home church. The pastor wanted a site with some Flash parts to make it more attractive to a younger generation-x audience that were tired of traditional churches or had been hurt by them in the past.

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This was another non-profit project for a small church in southern Pennsylvania. They wanted to put their sermons and ministries online for their internet- saavy members to access.

This was a fun project for a singles / newly-married bible study at Browncroft Community Church. They needed a website to fill in all its attendees (who were from different churches) about upcomming events and speaking topics. This included a database backend for events, birthdays, members, sermon topics, and many other items.

This was a fun project for a singles / newly-married bible study at Browncroft Community Church. They needed a website to fill in all its attendees (who were from different churches) about upcomming events and speaking topics. This included a database backend for events, birthdays, members, sermon topics, and many other items.

This client wanted to see some concepts for a possible front page and sub-page design. They also needed a refresh of their current logo and logo font.

This client wanted to see some concepts for a possible front page and sub-page design that reflected hi-tech patent invention proposal writing and advice. This company was just starting out, so they needed a new logo as well as a website design direction.