Communication Sciences & Disorders Department at UW-Whitewater
This is another site that has moved to the new design for COEPS departments and offices. This was another pretty easy move as the department was quick in giving feedback and content changes to us. The only difficult was the department’s lack of quality, up-to-date photos.
Taking the Lead
Taking the Lead Equine Learning Center LLC
Design by Dais Design Inc.
Taking the Lead is an equine-learning center, meaning they use horses to facilitate “emotional growth and different types of learning”. This is another project I did with my friend/hosting provider Adam Meyer. Not a very difficult site to do, but fun all the same, especially since I think it’s such a pretty design and I’m definitely a fan of horses.
I didn't create the original design, I just tweaked it.
GameZombie is a group of students creating all kinds of media about games, including video series, reviews, editorials, previews, webcasts, and more. I helped the web team leader tweak the site design to be more visually appealing. I also designed the home page layout to feature certain GameZombie shows and videos.
Adam Meyer/Green Bay Community Church
I didn't do the design, a graphic designer did
I helped my friend/hosting provider Adam Meyer to do the HTML/CSS for this. It’s for members of the Green Bay Community Church taking part in the GROW curriculum, which has three parts: Learn, Love and Live. This was fun to do since there are three different page templates. Also, the home page has slanted text (except in IE8 and older) and I had buttons to code.
Educational Foundations Department at UW-Whitewater
This is the second site WITRC has moved over to the new design, following Occupational & Environmental Safety & Health. Hopefully, other departments can be moved over just as quickly and easily as this one.
Occupational & Environmental Safety & Health (OESH)
Occupational & Environmental Safety & Health Department at UW-Whitewater
In the near future, this design will be used for all of the College of Education and Professional Studies, except with different accent colors. WITRC has finally come to terms with this concept, and I’m certain this is a change for the better.