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December 2009

Website: Darren & Sharon's Wedding

Graphic Design, CSS, PHP, HTML, ModX, MySQL

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I got engaged in December of 2009, and married in February 2010. Of course, I had to set up a website. The main site, accessible to anyone, featured information about each of us, how we met, how I proposed, gift registry links, and a gust book. We also only took RSVPs online through this site. Guests were given a special URL in their invitation that made visible three more pages on the site: RSVP form, wedding details/times, and directions (with a customized Google map). View Website in New Window...

November 2009

Business Card: Lakeline Church

Graphic Design

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A simple card to be available for any members to use. It features the church's logo and slogan on one side, contact info, directions, and a space for writing on the other. These (or any) cards never actually got printed for the church. It was decided to hold off on ordering business cards pending a possible location change (which did happen).

Summer–Fall 2009

Website: Cabins at Cherry Creek

Graphic Design, Photography, PHP, HTML, CSS, ModX

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One of my first clients to get a site built on ModX. The site uses a great little Flash widget called Mono Slideshow to feature lots of rotating images and galleries. Almost every photo on the site was shot by yours truly! View Website in New Window...

May 2009

Booklet: I Will Pray for My Children

Graphic Design

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A 30-day prayer guide booklet for parents. The cover was a full-color, one-sided print, but, to keep costs down, the inside was black and white and none of the sheets (cover or inside pages) had a full bleed.

Dimensions (closed): 4.25" x 3.67"

March 2009

Ad: LBJ Library Coloring Contest

Graphic Design

This was a fun project that involved creating a coloring book style drawing from a photograph of an Astronaut. It was to promote an exhibit about the space race and was run several times in the Austin-American Statesman.

Dimensions: 5.34" x 8"

Spring 2009

Street Banner: To The Moon & School House to White House

Graphic Design

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One of the street banners installed at the entrance to the LBJ Library and Museum's parking lot. This banner was designed to be changed out as new exhibits came to the library. The banners were installed at the tail end of the To the Moon exhibit which is why there are two exhibits on this one. A more general, long-term banner advertising the library was also installed adjacent to this one.

Dimensions: 24'3.5" x 6'0"

Spring 2009

Street Banner: LBJ Library & Museum

Graphic Design

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One of the street banners installed at the entrance to the LBJ Library and Museum's parking lot. This banner was designed to be more of a permanent / long-term installation while the second banner was meant to be changed out as new exhibits came to the library.

Dimensions: 24'3.5" x 6'0"

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