Designers love to see their creations going online. It is an immense satisfaction indeed. But, as it turns out, this is not what happens to many of us.
We decided to publish our web designs altogether, independently if they are online or not. There is no need to care about this anymore.
So here they are (in no particular order):
Website project for New York based photographer Ken Heyman. We loved designing this project for Mr. Heyman together with the logo.
Unfortunately this website didn’t make it online yet.
Website for Marcelo Godoy, an acoustic engineer based in São Paulo, Brazil, featuring CMS, accordion menu, photogallery with lightbox and integration with ISSUU.
Website designed for Paraty’s Secretariat of Tourism. Featuring two navigation menus (“Poetic” on top; “Institutional” on the left), integration with Flickr, Google Maps and Google Calendar. You gotta visit this city, it really stopped in the 16th century.
Although finely designed and prototyped, this website never made it online.
Website designed for Tigran Sisson, a Brazilian literature and also Portuguese language teacher, text producer, reviser and linguistic consultant. We also designed logo and business card.
Work Out Eventos
Website for an event production office based in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, featuring CMS, integration with Flickr on casting and portfolio pages. This project is still being implemented.
Visit: workouteventos.com.br (incomplete version with no CMS)
Website designed for a consulting firm specialized in production of plans and projects in mobility issues.
Although designed and prototyped, this layout never made it online. The client decide to cease the project and design another version based on our layout. How unfortunate.
Website project for a Germany/Russia-based office. The company deals with importing equipment and spare parts to Russia.
This website was never prototyped.