Revamped this website for award-winning photography.
Utilized Photoshop and Illustrator for designing and adjusting elements. Used custom HTML/CSS to refine a WordPress CMS theme to make other changes.
Website created as an online showroom and resource for kitchen contractors.
Logo and Branding design included in development. The website is under further development as the business evolves.
This website was designed for a pizzeria that was looking for something that could adapt well to different devices (desktop, tablet, mobile, etc.).
I used Illustrator to assist me in some of the branding and various page elements. Photoshop was utilized to enhance food images and create custom background patterns. HTML and extensive CSS was used in conjunction with the WordPress framework to wrap it all together.
Social media such as Facebook and Twitter were integrated into the site as well.
Here’s a couple of additional images to demonstrate how the site adapts to mobile devices and some of the Photoshop optimization for food pics.
Creating a website for a company in New Jersey that designs custom cabinets for kitchen, bath, or throughout the home.
Includes Gallery animation/functionality, Google Map integration, and Contact form.
Developed as a professional, low maintenance web presence.
Contracted to create a simple online form that would be used to order customized mailers.
Nothing fancy. Just a way to allow for an Ad Agency to easily accept requests that would be processed, printed, and distributed to locations nationwide.
Included a bit of CSS design with the rounded corners, drop-shadow, and bold headers. But most of the work involved text fields and drop-down menus.
The form functionality includes user-messages that display if required fields are not filled out and a pop-up calendar for selecting dates. Also added a Thank You page for when the form is submitted. All submissions are forwarded to the appropriate company email for review.
I created a website for this company awhile back. It was time to make some updates — freshen things up.
Utilized Photoshop, Dreamweaver, and HTML/CSS to bring them a bold, clean look (along with a variety of content revisions).
Related projects which I handled at the same time included video-editing (Premiere Pro) and domain email configuration/forwarding for the marketing guys.
Here’s a few samples from the website project…
After obtaining my Adobe Cloud membership, I decided to test out the Business Catalyst web hosting features that were now integrated with Dreamweaver. Nothing fancy or overly complicated…Just something to test the functionality. It was a perfect opportunity to put together an online resume site.
So I purchased the rights to the domain name “hire-nate.com” then proceeded to ponder over layout ideas.
I wanted to create something simple and straightforward that also showcased my ability to create graphic images, design user interface, and apply creative concepts. I decided upon a bold “spotlight” theme that highlighted the content in a beam of light with accents that implied a sense of rugged tech.
Graphics constructed in Illustrator and Photoshop. Layout put together using Dreamweaver, HTML, and CSS.
E-commerce website for health supplements created using WordPress and custom HTML/CSS. Graphic Elements designed in Photoshop and Illustrator.
This gaming guild site was created with graphics made in Illustrator, then inserted into a content management system utilizing HTML/CSS. Redesigned using both Guildportal and Guildlaunch.
This site for custom T-Shirt designs was created by combining the content management systems for both Blogger and Printfection. HTML and CSS was utilized to match the blog pages with the store pages.