I opened www.dennisplucinik.com this weekend. It's a very simple site so far because I don't have much time to write in more functionality. I have to say that of the logos presented on the site, I have varying depths of involvement in each project from basic logo design to full design and development. Very briefly here is a more detailed description of my involvement in each of the projects broken down by category:
Logo design only:
Comp design only:
www.dacwstore.com / www.daveandadamsstore.com
- This site was designed to announce store events at my company's local retail store. I was responsible for the entire design and functionality as well as collaborating with our IT department in developing a simple site which was manageable by any of our retail store employees. Managing the content/banners/promotions/mailing list is still my responsibility.
- My involvement in this project was to write the auto & home insurance quote request forms. This basically included xHTML, CSS & PHP.
Full design & development:
- This ecommerce site is currently in development, and will eventually compliment a new coffee shop which I plan on opening locally sometime this year. It's intention is to basically sell quality coffee, teas and accessories and will eventually also include news about store specific information. The primary tools being used are Photoshop, xHTML, CSS, PHP & mySQL. It is my intention to be fully standards compliant with this site.
www.floralmanufacturer.com (Gateway USA, Inc.)
www.siczine.com (has since been terribly redesigned)
Eternal Hope Records (has since been terribly redesigned)
www.gypsumexpress.com (has since been redesigned quite decently)
East Coast Didgeridoos
One Hour Gallery
Other involvement (banners/individual pages/etc.)
- I currently work for this company as their Marketing Manager. My position there includes design, development and copy writing for different sections of their site. Most of the banners you see on this site were my responsibility. The only tools used on this site are Adobe Photoshop CS2 and minimal xHTML/CSS.