web design

2015 - New Drupal installation and redesign for the New York Guild of Handweavers. We added a database for the library.

2015 - Upgraded NAPO-NY's D6 website to Drupal 7.

March 2013, redesigned and responsive web design for local CSA — Staten Island Community Supported Agriculture (SICSA).
In early 2013 we launched of our first responsive design site, enviroguides.us with in collaboration with Oliver Brewer of Seamen's Church Institute, illustrations by Lisa Lavoie.

screenshots of 3 views of enviroguides.us showing responsive layouts

Here’s a sampling of some of our best work…

A large and complex site for CornerStone Telephone. Kudos to Clark Kee for his masterful programming.

In 2011 we launched CityAccessNY.org.

We can brand your Twitter and Facebook accounts as well.

Yontifications.com, redesigned in Drupal CMS with a simple PayPal integration. The site features whimsical Jewish Holidaywear, cheerfully designed by Susan Fischer Weis.

eCommerce for the Hunter at Drop Point Hunter, the place to find American-made Canal Street Cutlery knives.

For a sight on the lighter side of life… The Open Book.

REDI4change.com A private sector think tank and consultancy firm, REDI4Change, LLC works with clients to explore and analyze the critical issues and key challenges that confront the development community. It specializes in designing appropriate, feasible, cost-effective – and above all, creative – solutions to development problems, especially in education and health.

violinatta.com Violinatta.com is a perfect location to discover highly talented New York strolling musicians and live strolling violin music.

Need an organizer? Speaking from personal experience, Audrey Lavine, CPO® can turn chaos into calm and help you get through each day a whole lot easier!

Craft Yarn Council’s Yarn Standards is a valuable resource for the yarn industry, with info on standardizing instructions for knit and crochet projects. We designed the logo and some of the illustrations, working with Mary Colucci of CM Communications.

Steve Nutt PotterOne of my favorite’s, though no longer live, is a site we designed for Steve Nutt, a potter who produced traditional American redware.

The latest site, a work in progress and a collaboration, is Accidental Repertory Theater.