I created another website this week for the Leadership Institute at Harvard College‘s Leadership Symposium. The site hasn’t been filled with content yet, but it’s built on Drupal to facilitate that process.
Check out the screenshot below:
Here are the before and after screenshots of a website I did for the Harvard College Consulting Group. I also built in a members only area of the website with access to a wiki to store all of the documents essential to maintaining our institutional memory. The live site can be found at HarvardCollegeConsulting.com.
This past Thursday, I did a quick 2-hour design job at Harvard Business School for a conference they were holding on Integrated Reporting. Basically, the participants (comprised of leading business professionals from around the world) were split into groups and asked to design a cover for The Economist magazine that might run in ten years about the progress that the business world had made in Integrated Reporting. I worked with a group of industry leaders to craft a cohesive design plan and then proceeded to generate the final product in Photoshop. The designs will be published in an ebook about the workshop to be released in mid-November.
I created a website this past spring for my final project in Chinese Literature 130: Screening Modern China. It was an interesting class that surveyed a great deal of Chinese cinematography, ranging from the first silent films up to modern day talkies. The site was created from the perspective of Ruan Lingyu, a Chinese silent film star of the 1920s and early ’30s. Check out my personal statement for a detailed description of the project.
This was my first ever website contract. I designed and coded a site re-design for a Central American cocoa company called Xoco Gourmet. It was built on Drupal 6 for easy content management, and supported internationalization (was localized for English and Spanish).
See before and after screenshots below.