With an operation like Gundog Kennels, the emphasis is on the dogs, and, as with the original website, there isn't much textual content. As Rodger said, “visitors want to see the dogs”. So this design is heavy on the display of photos, starting with the home page which is made up entirely of one large photo.
Be sure to keep an eye on the “For Sale” page for the availability of pups when there is a new litter.
While reading Matt Brackens books I visited his website and noticed that the design was straight out of the '90‘s.
I decided to make it a personal project and, using the Materialize responsive front-end framework and the existing content from his website, I put together a more organized, easier to navigate website with a fresh new look.
Fortunately Matt liked it, accepted it, and I now administer the site for him.
The website I originally made for Corpus Christi Parish has, unfortunately, been replaced by an ugly version, not of my making. The Diocese agreed with eCatholic.com to provide a standardized website for every parish in the state. Therefore I no longer have any choice in the styling and very little in the structure. If you want to you can visit the site by clicking the button below, or you can view a screenshot of my version by clicking the other button.
The Village Gun Store was my first effort at supplying a local business with one of my website designs. Stan Holz, the original owner of the store, had a dated website design so I merely took the content from his site and built a new website around it with an updated design.
I have been hosting the site ever since and it has gone through several iterations, as well as making the transition to new owner, Josh Dagnese.
This is a website design I created for James Crowell's custom upholstery service.
Jim moved up from Massachusetts and wanted an new webite for his new location.