Everyone is different. If you want a really nice suit, you wouldn't get one from a regular store. You would get it tailor-made. The same goes for websites. Templates just can't convey who you really are. That's why I create websites by hand, from scratch, giving every little detail as much love as it deserves.
The user experience is my number one focus. Visitors should be able to use sites fluently and without thinking. I specialize in minimalistic, clean approaches to web design in order to create the most clear, intuitive, and satisfying experience possible.
In times of corona, sometimes all we need is a sweet message to help us get through the day. Teaming up with dev.kitchen, we created this site that allows you to send some love to someone else, and receive some encouraging words back in return. I was responsible for the majority of the front-end, while the people at dev.kitchen provided the back-end and some of the imagery.
To keep track of the training each employee, a local McDonald's needed database management sofware. Upgrading from a paper database to a digital one, I created this easy-to-use website. Unfortunately, it is only accessible to that McDonald's, so I will not be providing a URL for this project.
Wade is a working artist who's worked in film and video production as well as animating, 3D modeling, matte painting, and illustrating. Trying to get the word out more and more about his amazing art and concepting skills, he asked me to create a fitting, sleek, minimalistic website.
I love a bunch of different forms of design. I express my creativity in webdesign, usually, but sometimes I do some traditional art just to dream away in the abstract lands of the lines on the paper. Of course, I made a fitting website to hold my creations.
I love webdesign and programming, and sometimes I just really want to share things. The way I do that is by writing a post on my blog called <one zero one>. Have a look!