Feb 7 2013

New Work from 2012

2012 was another good one. I worked with a lot of great people on great projects.

In the first half of the year, I lent a hand rolling out a reservations system for Bojangles’, contributed to the new Mint Museum website and helped build out Ride Rock Hill.

The latter half of the year, I helped Need Supply Co. with a complete redesign and integration for their online store and blog. In December, Samantha Crain was in the market for a redesign. I rolled up my sleeves on some design work and then built out a nice responsive site that she can use for years to come. It felt good to see a entire project through from beginning to end.

Samantha's WordPress theme utilizes Sass to manage the site's CSS and makes it dead simple to completely change up styles to match the artwork of a new single, EP or full-length. That said, the site will be featuring her new record, Kid Face, for some time to come. Watch the ingenious video for "Never Going Back" on Spin.

On the home front, I ported this site over to Laravel 3 (and eventually to Laravel 4). Overall, the design and content needed a little sprucing up. More importantly, the site is now responsive, since it's a good idea to practice what you preach.

As always, I look forward to the challenges of client work in 2013. Of course, I'd be lying if I didn't admit to having my own plans and schemes for the year. We'll see what shakes out between the ideas and the time for execution.

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Great stuff as always, looking forward to seeing your progress continue in 2013! Congrats on a year well-done.

Michael Wuori — Feb 7 2013