Still in progress
I'm redesigning jewelry/found object/eclectica artist Kecia Deveney's
website, as she finds time. The site artwork, which I've tweaked
a bit, was generated by an art template designer. I've cleaned
up the layout and wrote/edited a lot of textual content. Kecia's
site will feature a more complete view of her work and accomplishments.
Launched on January 1st of '06, this is a band website for the
Floating Glass Balls. Medium-sized. Updated frequently.
As Joyce Maynard's webmistress from June, '98 to September, '09,
I generated dozens of pages for her website. The new mistress
is new to web design so is using basic host-supplied templates.
I'll try to get some webshots of my work up soon.
Another large site for another writer, done in 2002. I designed
her logo, too. At the end of 2008, Sue decided to hire a neighbor
to maintain her website. I'm sure there will be changes over time,
but, for now, the site is basically as I designed it.
A website for another talented writer, Joseph Dobrian. We launched
a complete redesign in February of 2010.
There's a lot of organization and content here (generated by me).
though the sit is in need of a visual overhaul, which I'm working
on as time allows. Very infrequently updated; the band lives on,
though the members are all busy with other projects and they don't
play as often as they once did.
This is a very scaled-back version of the Upper Left Edge. Used
to be quite the production. Editor Billy Hults achieved the speed
of light in 2009, with Uncle Mike Burgess following in 2010. They
are very much missed. I haven't decided yet what to do with the
website, though I would like to eventually replace much of the
content from the old newspaper, which featured a lot of creative
- (Click for webshots.)
though Heather still performs. Look for her in "One
Night in Frogtown" productions, as well as on the recording
which accompanies the book, written by Emmy-winning author/composer
Michael Burgess and Reverend Billy Hult's last project, the non-profit
Tolovana Arts Colony carries on, and is doing very well. This
site was launched on January 1st, 2006. They provide low-cost
classes and workshops on a variety of artful subjects.
A companion site to RevWriter.com.
Isa Haverlan's massage therapy website, done in 2004.