Website Makeover: Nancy Bossert

 

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The Final Product

Nancy Bossert is an artist of many talents! She makes beautiful figurative and abstract paintings, using a variety of techniques. She also works in encaustic and makes fibre arts, jewelry and stoneware. She also takes the time to explain her techniques and her artistic philosophies. Since she has such varied and vibrant work, we thought it best to keep the site itself simple. We chose a cool-toned grey to showcase the warm earthy tones she often employs in her work. Continue reading

Website Makeover: TC3 Photography

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The Final Product

TC3 Photography is the website for the photography program at Tompkins Cortland Community College in New York State. The site provides information about the courses and the faculty, and the galleries showcase examples of the students’ work. They were using one of our older non-mobile-friendly templates, so we offered to update the site for them. I chose colors and fonts that remind me of old cameras and projectors. I kept the site design quite simple, and tried to make it look clean and technological.

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Website Makeover – Cathy Leaycraft

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The Final Result

“I strive for a dreamlike quality, and a sense of timelessness.” Cathy Leaycraft‘s beautiful, haunting images are created without the use of computer manipulation Rather, she photographs them through a glass sphere. “I do not directly photograph the landscape. I photograph its reflection on the glass surface; the environments behind and below the sphere create additional layers of imagery. On occasion, I insert an object into my sphere thus creating a reflected, surreal world for my selected subject.”

Cathy was using one of our older templates, which wasn’t mobile-friendly, and which meant she only had access to our older fonts. She agreed to let me update her site.

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Website Makeover: Joseph Vorgity

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The End Result

Joseph Vorgity is a contemporary realist watercolorist and printmaker. He makes beautiful woodblock prints influencedby the American Precisionist Movement, the Arts and Craft Movement, and Japonisme. He was using one of our older templates, which wasn’t mobile-friendly and didn’t take advantage of our new fonts.

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