Web Design

Recently did a major portfolio overhaul of this life's work focussing on the possibilities of cloth as a medium. "Richly tactile and responsive constructions … revelatory and singularly moving …a variety of aesthetic, intellectual, phenomenological and textual effects"

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Developing an online portfolio can be tricky. I never want the look of the site to get in the way of viewing the content. I may be an artist but there's no need to display it on a site devoted to another artist's work. Or even let them pretend to be artful with html and css and make a fool of themselves.

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An American-based, non-profit academic organization, dedicated to the promotion of modern Greek studies in the United States and Canada and conversant internationally on all issues, historical and contemporary, which pertain to Greek matters. 260+ pages with well organized navigation for happy customers.

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Although most of Joris' web endeavours happen on his blog, there is a wealth of material neatly organized here. It is hard to overemphasize logical, obvious navigation. The slightest hint at confusion and your viewer/ customer is happily surfing elsewhere, ne'er to return.

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As his tagline says: "So much junk, so little time." You could say that about the web some days. Jackson's junk constructions are definitely whimsical and an awful lot of fun. Take a look.
I've done other pro bono work in the past but that had more serious subjects.

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The variety of this work illustrates that I don't bring a preconceived notion to design. I bring design skills and experience as well as technical expertise and work with the client, their ideas and goals, and the material they provide. A well designed web site looks inviting, drawing the user into the content with simple and reliable navigation. If you were my client, your website shouldn't be more elaborate than needed to tell your story, and it may well cost less than you expect. As Mies said- "Less is more".