Today I was asked about how to choose the perfect colour palette for a website. This is a very crucial part of the whole design process and getting the ground work right from day 1 is the key to an efficient and vibrant website design.
The other night I was chatting with a friend and I just randomly typed ‘g<3gle’, as to say ‘google love’. It was very catchy, no idea if it has been used before. I decided to make a wallpaper, just for fun.
I ended up making 4 versions to start with. Using a vector version of the google logo I proceeded to move both of the o’s in google to a new layer, to help with alignment later on. Ten just using the text tool I added in the ‘<3’ as the heart, using the same colours as the original google logo. Very, very simple.
While working at Litho Art Pty Ltd, I was given a new website prototype to develop. Print Centre was based as an online store front for Litho Art Ptd Ltd. It is written on the Code Igniter framework and boasts very impressive load times. All SEO benefits have been achieved with a completely hidden network of targeted keywords to help maximise the potential visibility to clients from search results. With a super minimalist design, it has huge potential to attract high end clients.
While working at Litho Art Pty Ltd, I was given a brand new website to develop. This Code Igniter written website is a basic cover page for an online print to eBook/eMagazine service. The basic idea was to have a jQuery gallery with images rolling over to enhance the appeal. All the back-end is controlled by a simple PHP variable page.
While working at Litho Art Pty Ltd, I was tasked to rebuild the company website. A simple, clean crisp design, suitable for a lot of print companies. This is a clever Code Igniter written website with a simple back-end written to enable content change due to the month and also by a user editable databases.
When I was running a few World of Warcraft Private Servers, many years ago, I made many logo’s to mimic the official World of Warcraft Logo Font. So to help everyone out, I decided to pool all the resources into one location. There is even an Adobe Photoshop CS6 PSD to download and tinker with.
My girlfriend recently needed the exact Sea Shepherd font used on the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society’s flag. So I did some digging around and found an almost exact match.
Here is the website design for my old Call of Duty 4 Servers. I used to host 3 of them at one point, a long time ago.
Here is another website I was asked to build for a friend. This is for a Private WoW Server and has a lot of the features you would expect from an online gaming community.
Here is another very old website design I found laying around my hard drive. This is the 2nd generation of the NADAsoft Inc. website.
Very simple design involving a fire feel. Still looks very clean and crisp, though old.