Category Archives: Web Design
I recently finished a website for a project called the Empire Shared Collection. Libraries from multiple library sectors in Western New York have worked together to develop a regional collaborative “last copy” print repository – the Empire Shared Collection Repository … Continue reading
While I really like the new features in iOS7, I can’t stand some of the icons. My wife says it looks like a toy phone and I have to agree. The icons are too childish. The nasty green gradients really … Continue reading
I am working on an old library exhibit website that is from 2001, so of course it is filled with <font> tags and a <table> layout structure. I wanted a way to quickly remove all the old dated code so … Continue reading
Working on getting this design coded and up. I am putting the design into WordPress and will link up with smugmug.com for the payment handling.
My mother-in-law has decided to rent her cottage while she is not using it, so she asked me to do a website for her. Since I was pressed for time, I decided to use a template from Themeforest. I just … Continue reading
Gustave Doré (1832-1883) was a French artist from the 19th-century. I have been working on digitizing some of his illustrations from our Rare & Special Books Collection at the University at Buffalo Libraries. We have about 55 pre-1923 books that … Continue reading
I’ve been working on a new design for befriend.org for awhile now. I think I finally have it the way I want it. The client likes the direction so far, but they just might have some small changes. I plan … Continue reading
I was playing around with the idea of hiding the ads on my facebook page and did a quick google search to find out the CSS styles. I figured you could use the user stylesheet to hide them. All the … Continue reading
Been working on this re-design for awhile now. I think this is a big improvement from the previous design.