Web Design Sitefolio
Browse a sampling of the Web sites we've designed and developed.
- We helped a Tampa Bay area forensics company localize their corporate Web site, creating a design that is not only appealing, but optimized for excellent search engine placement. Visit New York Computer Forensics
- Rsync.net offers secure offsite storage. The company wanted a clean, light design that was easy to navigate and appealed to high-tech clientele looking for storage solutions for their small- and medium-sized organizations.
- The engineering firm Nuhill Technologies knew they could trust Ink Works to stay true to their original design concept shown here. The site's primary users are engineers with exacting design and usability needs.
- Ink Works transformed Nuhill's outdated, table-based design to a standards-compliant CSS-based design. Nuhill also selected us because we test designs on a variety of browsers and operating systems.
- Monroelab provides information security consulting services to corporations. Monroelab wanted a fresh, future-oriented design that allowed for some playfulness.
- Monroelab's interior pages each have a unique image that corresponds to the theme of the page. Using CSS-based design, the images can be updated with ease making site management a snap.
- Urban Aerobics, a Tampa Bay company, wanted a site that emphasized a healthy, natural lifestyle. We used a humanistic, earthy color palette for the Web site, logo, and business forms on the order page.
- We also provided content development services, locating information for Urban Aerobics' Resources page. It's very important to offer visitors useful content. In this case, the external links explain the benefits of jumping rope.
- Copperwire Consulting, an engineering firm, needed a sophisticated design to help them stand out from the competition. Ink Works came up with a prototype that doesn't look like a typical engineering site.
- We'll keep you up-to-date with this, our entry to the CSS Zen Garden, a CSS design competition for designers. We are excited and feel the design is just arty and unusual enough to make the cut.
- Confined Space is an award-winning blog with a new home. We had three requirements: keep it professional, keep the information design clutter-free, and use the photography of well-known photographer, Earl Dotter.
- For Confined Space, we needed to creatively use photographs taken in vertical space, but place them in a the horizontal space of the blog's banner/masthead. This was one solution that allowed us to combine two different photos if necessary or, in this case, use just one.
- Since one criteria was to keep the blog design very professional and clean, we came up with this rather more corporate look. We enhanced the photography with Photoshop techniques to make the photos richer and more colorful.
- This design was called 'Cubicalization' to reflect the repeated use of cubes. It's unique in so far as it really calls attention to the photography. We felt the image took up too much space, given that most blog readers visit for the information.
- Global Digital Forensics is a Tampa Bay area company. We put together a prototype Web site, updating their current design. This is our proposal for the main entrance page.
- We proposed a slightly differnt organization to Global Digital Forensics' new interior pages. Interior pages each have a banner image corresponding to the subject matter, which adds visual interest to the page.
- We handled a blog and Web site redesign for the economist Max Sawicky. Mr. Sawicky uses both his Web site and blog to make his views more widely known to a popular audience. His Web site also serves as a media kit for his radio and television appearances.
- Working with Union Web Services, we created the template for a popular Content Management System (CMS) called Drupal. The CMS enables even HTML novices to contribute to and maintain a large, dynamic site like this. The design is used at UNAP.
- Amber Rhea needed a hand with graphic design. We upgraded her masthead image: using Photoshop, we highlighted the flower, blurred the background, and enriched the color. We added a special touch by creating a divider from the flower.
- Currently, we are in the concept stage for a client, Nextech, a firm that provides technical support services to individuals and businesses. Nextech wanted a design to convey its message: technology can be fun and shouldn't be intimidating.
- We are currently working on a blog design for a blog called Tiger Lily. It features a bright, fresh look -- a big step away from the boxy feel of so many blogs. The large tiger lily signals the bright, sunshiney disposition of the blog author.
- Practical Press is speciality press for business publishing. This new design is a sharp departure from the current primary color scheme. Ours is a solid, trustworthy color scheme that signals a serious, reliable look and feel, while still conveying the look of a publishing company with the antique typewriter.
- The Practical Press will also feature a blog, to help its authors keep track of the company's latest developments, including opportunities for publishing in the business book market.
- Emily's Place is a non-profit site catering to loved ones grieving over the death of a child. The site owners wanted an updated design and a better organized site. So far, we've got them started on a brighter look and feel that still gestures to Emily's memory and spirit.
- We typically create 2-3 prototypes for clients. This one used the bichiballs as the centerpiece of the design. While the client liked the use of bichiballs, we ultimately felt it was too feminine. Eventually, we came up with the basis for the final design which featured more of Ink Works' product photography.
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