The Indiana University Breast Care and Research Center requested a website designed based on their "Women, Why DO You Weep?" quilt. The navigation system for the site incorporates different levels of detail of the quilt to subliminally indicate the different levels within the website. A calendar for patients and a calendar for physicians allow the website to be utilized as a resource center. The selection of colors for the site was made in a manner as to be visually soothing to patients. The website is currently in its pre-launching phase.
Drexel University's College of Business requested a visually appealing site with some interactivity on the opening page. Ease and clarity of navigation were of paramount importance. We created a complex "floating" navigation system. The site was designed to accommodate visitors using any of the 3 main resolutions (640x480, 800x600, 1024x768).
The Grover Museum wanted a website to enable educators convey to young students what life in Indiana was like 50 years ago. We implemented a site with a "retro" look and feel. The site also contains a virtual tour of the main section of the museum, ideal for teaching children how to "navigate" using simple maps. The "games" section provides further interactivity, enhancing the overall experience and promoting content retention.