Designing for the web ...
Websites are evolving as rapidly as technology and imagination expand. With the universal adoption of low-cost content management systems like WordPress and other flexible cafeteria-styled systems, custom art and design of web presentation is rapidly becoming lost to the mechanized panopoly of slick options one can have on their web pages. A website can be developed very inexpensively these days using the templates and user options that seem to cover most business functions. The question most clients have to ask themselves, however, is whether they want to make a template-driven business site or do they want a custom-designed website to reflect their personal art and style. Good design takes time to develop and it doesn't come as a pre-packaged option in low-cost content management systems. Changing standard-fare templates can add a great deal of time to a web project. My samples reflect the unique choices of clients who wanted their sites to be a unique, customized extension of their artistic, sensitive work. This kind of artistic web styling is my personal preference, though I am able to do anything a client desires.

Claire Victor Website   Sharon Davis Website
     
MayHill Art   DevoceanSounds
     
The Spirit of Water Website   New Culture Web
     
The Way of the Muse Website   Inner Fire Choir Website

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