The layouts on this page are from websites, blogs and HTML Emails. They were shown in Museums and art spaces in North America, South America and Europe.
Laurel Hill Foods: Microsite
These stills showcase the marketing microsite for the new product the Laurel Hill brand was showcasing and releasing to select brick and mortar groceries throughout the US. The proto-type look and feel was assembled with flat graphic file layouts from a graphic design firm. My work went into advising on the interaction of the menus and the landing page items which would shift slightly to show a user had chosen whichever item in the front page layout. The website proto-type was built in HTML/CSS and JQuery along with a PHP/MySQL backend.
School of Visual Arts: Event Website
The stills above were for the New York Digital Salon 11th Annual Event. An exhibition project of the School of Visual Arts Computer Art Department. It was for a series exhibition titled Abstract Visual Music. I designed the look and feel in addition to the navigation, interaction and media content. I was also the technical producer of the site. It remains a sample of good design for a small scale, fine arts in electronic media context. The website was authored in HTML/CSS.
Marika Blossfelt: Book Announcement HTML
The design sample above is part of an HTML Email campaign in the country of Estonia. It was part of the advertising of a release of a Vegan Cookbook. The author is pictured here in a field of flowers and the language of the email is Estonian. I designed the html to take as it’s branding the design in the cookbook. I used the colors, shading, and text that was established in the cookbook itself as well as the images and layout of type.
Newington Cropsey Cultural Studies Center: Microsite
The above images are screen grabs from an internet based “Timeline Of Beauty” Microsite. I worked with a professor of philosophy and graphic designer to implement and produce graphics, images and interaction design for this Non-For-Profit Arts Organization in New York City.