Web Design Work

What to expect? A graphic artist at heart with a technical background. Once heard to say "While it needs to work, it needs to look good too."

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Advocacy Site

Our client for OpenMindKY had a complex topic they wanted to present in a professional yet fun and interactive manner. A one-page design was employed including text blocks, quotes, user stories, videos, endorsements and a short demonstration.
 

Interior Design

This Commercial Interior Design client wanted a website that would describe their services, show off before & after photos and introduce the founder's personality and style. The website leveraged their exising logo, color scheme and integrated with their Social Media pages. Working together we collected, organized and edited nearly 50 project photos, stock photos and graphics along with copy that tells a compelling story.

Blogger's Journal

This blogger needed top-of-the-line blog features with a single-provider arrangement. We are designing and building the complete solution including new domain registration, easy blogging, categories and tags, article search, posting on Facebook and Twitter, registering users for an optional newsletter, with a creative logo and "modern newspaper" look and feel. 

Legal Services

This is an example of a website redesign project. The prior website required dealing with two companies and two ongoing fees. Using the latest technolgy and a single provider the website was rebuilt from the ground up using a legal template, stock photography and text content derived from the previous site. This client can now maintain their site themselves, can publish articles with the built-in blog, and pay lower fees to a just one company.

Database WebApp

This is not a public website but a private web-based application. When the iPhone was introduced in 2007 there was no ability to add Apps, just WebApps. WebApps are HTML/CSS based apps that look and act like native apps. A company with engineers servicing over 400 systems spread throughout the aisles of a huge center had an issue finding them. This handheld solution helped them find systems in a data center the size of two football fields.

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Edumethods
514 Montgomery Mill Rd
Greensburg, KY 42743

(270) 405-0200

info@EduMethods.com

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