Website Design & Development
Do you remember netscape navigator?
I created the JC ROBBINS ARCHITECTURE website by hand with Adobe Dreamweaver & Photoshop. In reality, all sites are the same: A logo, a list of links to pages on the site, some kind of hero image, the main content, and a footer. How they appear is all a result of the Style Sheet (CSS). By separating the two components, you are able to control content and appearance separately and update everything much more smoothly. It also allows a fluid design where this page appears differently on a phone than a desktop. Re-size your window to see the difference!
This is not unlike creating a wall in architecture that separates the structure from the water and thermal control layers.
If you're curious to see under the hood of this webpage try ⌘-⌥-U or ctrl-alt-U to view the page source. It is interesting to see what goes into creating a webpage.
Over the years I've designed and developed a number of websites and digital content. Most of it no longer exists as the world of webdesign is much more ethereal and temporary than the built world. I started to create a list, but it's strangely unverifiable so a bit pointless. If you're interested in website design or development, contact me and we can talk.