Montreal, Quebec, Canada, based – visual artist and designer

Web


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100 pages website if not more, HTML but with a flash clip intro introducing the company in about 1 minute on the landing page, long in web terms I know,  but user could skip and find that information elsewhere.

It was for a fine arts and artisan boutique selling items from well over 100 artists and artisans (but not all were featured online). They had to have a page for each one featured that also had to showcase their work, a gallery to group them in categories, and some additional pages (home, historic, additional services, contact etc.).

The boutique housed the items for sale in stunning gorgeous wood cabinets and counters, which sparked the resulting design. The client was reluctant for years and had shot down many other propositions by past designers, because she felt they had not represented her shop as she wanted, but she admitted that she fell in love instantly with this design.

Hosting, SEO, site ranking and web promotion, as well as other web services performed for the client.

artdesartisants


Another website, HTML no flash, for the same client as above who has a second shop in the old port sector of Montreal, this one design is inspired by the magnificence of the old white painted rock wall on one side of the shop and the outside wood balustrades, shop windows and front rot iron trims.

The website had to showcase about 100 or more artists, just like the other website, but for some of them there would be sale of items online, so the website also had to house online selling modules,  such as cart, check-out and invoicing etc. as well as all other services provided for the first website;

 

artetco


Simple fan page design for a micro site of only a few pages, for an emergent alternative rock band, mock-up below showing an example of button look (Facebook icon) and clip/ media housing.

bandpage


Simple HTML website, basic background image provided; image slicing, HTML menu, website structure, page creation and texts & images integration was provided as services.etica


A dozen pages website for an online alternative personnel management portal, featuring articles, tips and tricks etc. as well as adSense type modules and personal seminars/tools selling online ads for revenue streaming, not to mention the PayPal donate module .

 

growthmanagment


Simple 5 pages website for a community oriented garden and community cooking non-profit group.

jardinscollect


One page micro site featuring and promoting a contemporary theater play inspired by Franz Kafka’s novel the Trial or ” Der Process” , as part of print package showcased in the print section.

 

kafka


Simple HTML website, basic background image provided; image slicing, HTML menu, website structure, page creation and texts & images integration was provided as services.

 

minio


 

Mock-up of a 3 pages micro site design for a visual arts festival as part of a package with Logotype and Signature featured in the Logotype section.

mtlartist


5 screens, 6 or 7 (with alternates versions), produced for a private school’s interactive portal through a programming firm. The work constituted of developing the complete visuals and backgrounds for different screens having their own purposes of course, such as the  absent teachers and what to do, the sports achievements (scores etc.), academic and more. As well as additional animated flash screens, for news, movie/clip playing/cam feed etc., each with other animated objects such as: a loading timer, an animated and shimmering medal, a rotating earth with atmosphere and many other animations, all made in Adobe Flash. My work was then integrated into the program developed by the firm.

 

regina


Simple HTML website, basic background image provided; image slicing, HTML menu, website structure, page creation and texts & images integration was provided as services.

 

sd


More than a dozen pages website, for a professional life coach for whom I had developed the visual identity and designed a business card; her approach was focused on a more spiritual approach which she wanted to convey in the website and wanted the overall design “imbued” with her visual identity colors.

This is a website entirely made in Adobe Flash, though of course it was integrated into an HTML shell for hosting; but all the contents, links and text were displayed in a light flash clip that was indeed fully interactive and though it represents a lot of work, the result is satisfying and functional.

 

suzsite


Again, the same type of website of less than a dozen pages this time however, for a professional life coach for whom I had also developed the visual identity and designed a business card and actually worked often with the client above; she really enjoyed the website format and look, but wanted a more corporate friendly design.

This is a website entirely made in Adobe Flash, though of course it was integrated into an HTML shell; but all the contents, links and text were displayed in a light flash clip that was indeed fully interactive and though it represents a lot of work, the result is satisfying and functional.

 

sylsite


I was asked to reinvent the portal for a spirituality and meditation group, to organize the information and links better, have time lapsed images and references at the bottom that would also show a carousel of pictures and information; to bring forth the values and history of the group and create a professional/high end portal design such as to establish them on the web in the likes of other strongly established spiritual groups, design wise anyway as their previous website was very outdated.

 

telos


 

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