The Dancers Cup Tour is an organization of several ballroom dance competition owners. This is the first year that they are putting on this dance camp. I adapted and refined an existing “disco ball” design that they had used on earlier printed materials. For the website I created a mobile-first responisve design that presents the event details in an attractive and elegant fashion.
Though I did not create this site design, I have spent the last few years steadily improving it via CSS as well as clearly written update requests with design mockups submitted to the web development team that existed at the time.
This special subscription form was designed for the 2012 Country Throwdown tour. We were planning to promote subscriptions during the tour and for that reason I worked to make the entry form page responsive and mobile-friendly.
A prominent ballroom in Nashville wanted to update its site. I focused on making it appealing to new customers and answering all of their questions in concise and easy-to-find style.
My brother Dean was involved with organizing this fundraiser for the Prague, Neb., Rescue Squad. I donate my work every year and use the project as an opportunity to experiment with column-based layouts and some newer CSS features while keeping their target audience in mind.
I redesigned my wife’s website in 2012. The site is designed to be as classy and striking as its subject! The upcoming redesign will be an evolution of this style to a responsive design solution.
Mr. Bockelman teaches a variety of fine art classes at Concordia University in Seward, Neb. and is also a professional painter. Together we designed an elegant online showcase for his work.
SweeTess is a small Georgia-based company that sells stevia-based sweetener products. I designed and illustrated the site and created the site markup as a WordPress theme.
My work at AccuCut was split between the design of printed assets and the design and management of website assets and newsletters. In collaboration with my Creative Director and the Marketing Director, I made some broad improvements in file organization, site functionality and design within the existing site template.
In hindsight, committing time to learning XSLT was not a smart choice for my career goals. However, it’s still cool to have an XML file storing my giant catalog of character data rather than all of it being strewn about in a complex HTML file.
Whether it’s XSLT or other forms of server-side scripting, the principals of writing efficient web templates are the same.