Website Design Portfolio
About The Examples
These projects are but a few of the more than 100 sites and blogs I've designed, revised and maintained since 1994.
I am doing a huge inventory project requiring me to look at many websites for seniors and care givers. So many of them are poorly designed, unreadable and lack the basics.
All load quickly — even for site visitors without fast connections.
Some of these example sites were built before the emergence of mobile as a dominant force on the Web but continue to provide a better experience for visitors than similar sites built using older technologies commonly used at that time.
Top Notch Soccer — a soccer specialty retail store in Courtenay on Vancouver Island — provides a wide range of jerseys, shorts, socks, jackets and training gear to players of all levels and teams. This site is responsive to mobile.
Writers & Artists
Myrtle Siebert, the author of several books, writes non-fiction, mostly based upon her family history. Her blog discusses cooking, genealogy and issues.
This site is responsive to mobile.
The Original Artwork of Steve Kergin and Lee (Lowther) Kergin includes a gallery of representative works. Art direction and design was provided by Steve Kergin.
This easily-navigable site is attractive to view.
YFC Victoria is a Christian outreach organization with programs for youth at risk in Southern Vancouver Island.
The site was built for mobile but is responsive to larger displays. The forms on the site are secured with CAPTCHA.
Psychiatric Medication Awareness Group provides information to psychiatric medication users and their families about the potential risks of psychiatric drugs and about recovery with links to relevant resources and news items. This site was rebuilt to be responsive to mobile.
Benzodiazepine/Sleeping Pill Addiction, Tapering & Recovery is a custom blog designed without the overhead of WordPress or templates. This site was rebuilt to be responsive to mobile.
This blog is hosted by PMAG (above).
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