Feature: Responsive Design
Stacie Merriman is the hairdresser hair of choice for many of Montreal’s fashion-forward women, and the go to hairdresser for parents of children with textured and curly hair. She is a hair educator who offers curl workshops for parents and their children. She also provides online curl and colour education for hairdressers and salons globally.
I worked closely with Stacie to create and design a website that reflected her brand and her goals.
I perform regular site maintenance and customized theme modifications for this client. We have been working together on web projects since May 2016.
I have been working with this client since April 2016 on various web projects.
I perform regular site maintenance and customized theme modifications.
The Black Academic Scholarship Fund (BASF) is a non-profit organization that has been active in the Montreal community since 1991. Its main goal is to enhance the economic status of the community and provide more education opportunities for visible minority youth.
I have been working with this organization since April 2016 when my initial task was the redesign of the website. My current role consists of site maintenance and updates.
This site was created for a non-profit organization located in Montreal. It was used to sell tickets to an annual showcase and provide information on community involvement.
The site was converted from static HTML/CSS to WordPress in June 2016. The original launch was in January 2016.
This is a site for a podcast that launched in July 2016.
This wedding site was created for a couple getting married in March 2017. The site gathered guest RSVP responses and provided details about the wedding such as location, accommodations, and wedding events.
This website was created to announce the birth of Sam Garrett Alexander.
This retail site was created for a small business owner who makes and sells custom lockets.
This site was created to showcase the work of a Toronto-based graphic designer.