Why art? I prefer to
think of each project as something beyond its tangible pieces. Slap
together a few words and a graphic or two and you have a Web site. But
does it invoke appropriate feeling or meaning beyond the objects
themselves? Does it fit you? I believe it should.
Now don't worry. That's not
to say your project will be injected with nausea-inducing pretension. No
way. It's that — to borrow a cliché — life really does imitate art,
and what could be better than imitating the vision of my clients. When
you find yourself subtly reflected in the final product, and say,
"yes, that's me," that's art.
TranSmart Technologies, Inc.
A Web site for a Madison-based company of engineers, planners, and specialists with clients throughout the United States.
ECS -- Entertainment Concept Services
A Web site for a leading edge home theater design and installation company.
Web site for this communications firm with
internationally-known clients. A recent re-design features an
interactive map that highlights the company's accomplishments around the
A Web site for a stylish full-service
Radiant Star Coaching
A Web site for an experienced life
A Web site to market a senior living community that reflects the facility's
beautiful prairie style.
Paper Ribbon Studio
A Web site for an individual who creates
Studio G Art Jewelry
A Web site for a jewelry artist's one-of-a-kind, hand-crafted wearable art
An ongoing experiment in creativity,
capability and e-commerce for a Wisconsin author and travel writer,
James Magnuson, Author
A Web site design for this author's most recent novel, The Hounds of
Experiments in Web design.
Logos both real and imagined.
Designs for your mailbox.
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