The redesign of this website has been a long-time-coming. I had been using my previous design for about four years, but alas, all must change and so here is the newly redesigned site.
So above is the old design, and here is the newly redesigned site. It uses WordPress as the engine and a theme that I’ve modified considerably, both function-wise and the design. I’ve also incorporated some CSS3 tricks, including embedding a font that I think is quite pretty, Goudy Bookletter1911, part of the preselected fonts from the League of Moveable Type.com.
Caroline wanted a logo that would encapsulate nature, health, and be representative of the type of work she does as physical therapist who incorporates visceral manipulation into her practice.Read More
Writing, design and web development for online travel magazines and special interest websites for MaineToday.com (1997-2000). Projects included photography, audio/video capture and production, and QTVR to provide an all-encompassing user experience.
One of if not the only first interactive Maine online travel magazine, Destination: Maine, included both the factual and fun elements to visiting and living in Maine. The special yearlong monthly project, Off the Maine Street, was created, developed and maintained by Ellen Kanner. It included a visit to a unique place in Maine with write up and audio by Melissa Kim, and photography, development, video and QTVR by Ellen. The 12 month project ventured into the far corners of Maine to discover the “true Maine” and the pair traveled to places north and south, west and downeast.Read More