Here is a drawing app I designed for an ipad design class. It is created in html5 canvas. The idea would be for kids to be able to “colorize” black and white photographs, something I used to like to do. I am also enjoying designing bright and colorful icons for ios apps.
You can try this app on your ipad by going to: Colorful Me Note: this app works on ipads only.
EatStayCook is a prototype that I designed and developed that is a proposed travel site for food-centric travelers.
The preliminary prototype, which can be seen here at: eatstaycook, was coded as a responsive design website using Twitter Bootstrap.
I created a full UX Deck with research, site map, and annotated wireframes for this project.
I designed this website and branding several years ago as an html website for In & Up Pilates. It had worked well for them. The website link for the old html site is: In and Up Pilates. Recently I recreated the site as a WordPress site. I built the WordPress version as a custom theme. The website link for the new WordPress site is: In and Up Pilates WordPress site. It is very similar to the original html version, but with additional features, such as a custom post type for client testimonials, that can be easily posted in that section.
I implemented this WordPress theme using the Obox theme “Motion Picture”. Obox is another theme that has a strong framework that makes it easy for user’s to update themselves. I chose this theme because it was specifically designed for showing video. I integrated using Vimeo, since they have good resolution. Vimeo also allows users to post videos on their site only. View site here.
On 19, Apr 2012 | In Branding | By skarasic
The Tournament of Roses had offered a logo competition to my 8th term Graphic Design class at Art Center College of Design. I was fortunate to have had my design selected to represent this prestigious organization. Especially since I was part of a class of very talented designers, and there were many outstanding submissions in this competition. Read more…
An ipad web app design mockup created for a class, for a drag ‘n drop bulletin board included some drag n drop functionality written with jQuery. The app has a “Busy Bee” theme, reflected in the name, BZB Board. Click here to try it