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July 14, 2024

So that I don't make a liar out of myself, the sentence you are currently reading comprises of all the new changes to the project section. Kidding. I thought it was funny, so laugh.

November 10, 2008

Have just begun production on sites for the following folks: I think I've also decide to try my hand at typography and make my own fonts. I still need to have a chat with myself about that. We'll get back to you on that one.

August 15, 2004

2good4u, that's right the worlds first all girl boy band, is cutting the apron strings from their mother site funnybitches.com and going it all alone in that vast decorated air space known as "the web". Just another opportunity to do a small, fun website. Coming soon to a screen near you.

July 09, 2004

A couple of fun projects have presented themselves:
  1. The Roadside Phantoms: A popular Nor-Cal psychobilly band has asked me to help them create a presence on the web for them. We'll see if we can do just that.
  2. Tim Conder, you may have seen him on Moster Garage, and I will be working together to create a site for his amazing custom creations. Look for Conder Customs in the near future. In the meantime you can visit his other site Armageddon Top Fuel to check out the exciting world of matched car drag racing!

June 07, 2004

Currently my biggest personal project has been in bringing this site up to date. Here's a peek at the (old site). There's been a few minor changes since then.

A.G. Ferrari Foods

Within the last year I got a break from the internet and had the chance to do a little print work for A.G. Ferrari Foods. I was asked to come up with a design for their first steps into the world of gift cards. They wanted something that both reflected their brand as well as gave an impression as to what they were all about. We were both happy with the outcome of our first gift card venture.(example)

The Haywoods

This month I was able to help some friends, The Haywoods, redesign their web site which had been offline for quite awhile. They wanted something simple and easy to maintain on their own. So we did just that. We used flash to create dynamic text fields for their News and Shows pages. This allows them to simply change a text file which in turn automatically updates their page. The rest was simply a matter of making space in the internet for what they have to say. It's not completely finished but we're almost there. Stop by and say howdy! (thehaywoods.com)