Web Design

  • Web Design
    Various Website Concepts
  • I began learning HTML and CSS in mid-2011 as part of a web design class. While I have much much more to learn about coding before I'll ever be considered a great web designer, I have been able to see at least one site through to functional fruition, namely the Omicron Delta Kappa site featured below. Currently I have a basic understanding of HTML5 and CSS, and would like to learn more.
  •  Omicron Delta Kappa is an honor society at many college campuses around the country. Ohio University's circle was in desperate need of a new website, so I designed one that the circle could use to promote its causes and to keep events and contact information organized.
  • These are mockups of the website I proposed as part of a campaign to educate, provide resources for, and raise awareness of syphilis and other STIs to Baltimore's citizens as part of a class project involving text from Malcolm Gladwell's book, "The Tipping Point." You can learn more about this project here.
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    Extensive redesign of an already-existing site made up the foundation of an 11-week class I took in the winter quarter of 2011. I chose to redesign four pages of IGN's website (ign.com), for I felt the homepage and existing sites were way too cluttered. While I didn't finish coding it entirely, the visual mockups such as this were featured in Ohio University's College of Visual Commications Student Show at the Dairy Barn in Athens, Ohio.