A new client needed a catchy pop-up window(s) that needed to be able to show a lot of different information (company name has been blurred out). This is the final product.
These projects were some of the most challenging I have encountered and it was a big learning experience. I totally underestimated the scope of the projects and ended up putting many more hours into them than I anticipated. I also learned that if I’m not going to do the development of a website, then I need to let the person doing it also handle the project management, since I have no control over their process. And while the client and I parted ways at the end of the projects, the final projects turned out really great.
The manual was over 500 pages. The scripting manual was over 200 pages. Both had custom tabs. Gift Certificates were also created.
Client: Gersch Orthodontics
Project: Logo Design (Stationery and branding guide pending)
Client: ThaimexProject: Create a logo for their restaurant that serves a fusion of Thai and Mexican food.
Client: Izakaya Sushi
This project presented some challenges since the owner is Korean and has limited English. Though the restaurant didn’t opt to use their service, I want to give a shout out to Sunny Kimm of Eat24Hour.com, who often spoke to the restaurant owner, translating my messages.