- The assignment was to make a website for author Sarah Thornton. When I received the assignment, I was given a bunch of Sarah-in-the-gallery photos. The idea was that I could use one for the site, but I loved the idea of integrating a lot of them and making them a theme for the site.This was my idea for a horizontal parallax version of the site. I came up with it after designing the vertical version, and I had one of those "Oh, THIS would be awesome" moments. We didn't end up going with it for the site (as you can see, it's a very rudimentary mockup) but I'm keeping it in the portfolio because I like the idea so much.Designed and coded from scratch. You can see the site here: http://courses.atlas.illinois.edu/spring2011/ENGL/ENGL380E/strauss3/travel/index.htmlThe logo just kills me now, ha. Ah well. Designed and coded from scratch (website itself no longer in use).I made this on Wordpress.org. It was a one man project, and I was the man. Woman. Eh, you get the idea.
A series of websites I made. Some are clearly quite rudimentary, others more advanced. I would do many, many things differently if I were to do them again (I cringe at the typography, for instance). I keep these here to show that I've build a variety of kinds of websites, and that I'm proficient in HTML, CSS, and mediaqueries.
The Sarah Thornton site is one in which I did the initial design. After that, other members of the team designed a lot more and built it (So it's now this: http://sarah-thornton.com/ )
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