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Category Archives: Web Design

In MMDS we were given a client to produce a website for, in my case it was the Pine Rivers Veterinary Surgery.

Two new useful tools I learnt for this project were the Mootools JS framework and the CodeIgniter PHP framework.

Design

Initial Mockup

Initial Mockup

Early logo designs, though a simpler 2 colour design was used because these were perceived to be too detailed and too "swiss"

Early logo designs, though a simpler 2 colour design was used because these were perceived to be too detailed and too "swiss"

First XHTML/CSS mockup

First XHTML/CSS mockup

Final design choice with semi-complete content

Final design choice with semi-complete content

Examples for Mootools and Google Maps will be added in separate posts for better indexing.

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The latest on the ICC website is the final revision of the main banner.

Final draft

Final draft

ss3

Update on design from Nathan’s recommendations.

It does make sense, aesthetically, to remove the gradient and centre the banner.

Also the font has been changed to a serif font to reflect the prestige of the organisation.

Initial design that I was asked to base my design on:

The President's Vision (Awesome Paint-job Rags)

The President's Vision (Awesome Paint-job Rags)

From this I created a quick layout of what I thought would be best.

My quick mockup

My quick mockup

A few days back I was asked to see what I could do with an outdated logo from the University of Qld’s Inter-college Council. The ICC is essentially an organisation formed from representatives of the residential colleges of UQ and are responsible for managing certain special events that take place on campus. These involve sporting, cultural and social events and there has been a demand for a website to be established for the listing of details of such events. I will be designing the full website but for now I’ve just got the preliminary logo design.

icc-logo-budgie1

This image was created using Inkscape in roughly 5mins.

NB: Still not sure what “Reckil Sune Shetin” means…