Portfolio

This draws heavily from my SCCC coursework.

 

Online Small Business

Small Business Website Design

A professional site for a Japanese coffee roasting company.

The client wanted to update the look and feel of their old website and make it easy for the company's staff to manage content on the site. The new site was built in Drupal. A clean, minimalist theme was designed. Other features on the site include a view that displays the company's products (coffee beans), and a blog.

The first two of the three columns on the homepage are Drupal views which display blog entries with specific tags. This makes it easy for the company's staff to present various types of information - featured products, job openings, the owner's journal - in a robust blog format.

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Online Toy Store

E-Commerce Website Design

An e-commerce site for a fictional toy company. Built to satisfy requirements for a User Experience Design class from Seattle Central Community College.

The project's focus was navigation, structure, and creating an intuitive checkout process. The site features dynamic product browsing, using PHP to pull product information from a database, as well as a demonstration of what 'cart' and 'checkout' pages would look like.

For further information on the class requirements, see teacher Mike Sinkula's website for ITC 200 at SCCC.

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Online T-Shirt Shop

Fashion Website Design

An e-commerce website for a fictional t-shirt company. Built to satisfy requirements for a PHP/Database class at Seattle Central Community College.

The site features products pulled from a MySQL database, and utilizes PHP so users can login with different levels of authority. Additionally, PHP is used to display lists of products in various ways, and the contact form for this site features a 'Captcha' to fight spam.

For further information on the class requirements, see teacher Bill Newman's Syllabus for ITC 280 at SCCC.

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Non-Profit Website

Non Profit Website Design

A website for a non-profit called Local Access. Built for an advanced web design class where students worked in teams of designers and developers, creating sites for live clients.

To satisfy the client's need for an easy-to-use content management system, this site was built using Wordpress. In addition to collaborating with the team on the information architecture, wireframes, logo and visual design of the site, Jessica independently created the simple flash banner visible on the main page.

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Restaurant Website

Restaurant Website Design

A website for a (defunct) Thai restaurant on Capitol Hill. Built to satisfy requirements for both a Javascript class and a class on Web Design Theory.

Utilizes a Javascript drop-down menu navigation. Also has a Google map.

This was my first real functioning website. It's a bit glitchy, but it was a good start.

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