Examples of Optional mock ups

Here is the work of our Web Graphics class - Enjoy!


Special Thanks to Janeane Rose sec# 1364 for sharing their optional mock ups.
comments - Using Photoshop with the grids and layers is becoming easier and faster!

send feedback to janeanerose@gmail.com



Special Thanks to Lilia Kirchanski sec# 1364 for sharing their optional mock ups.
comments - I think this one worked better than the last me I did. I like it and am proud of it.

send feedback to art_kid_2006@yahoo.com



Special Thanks to Terry McDonough sec# 1364 for sharing their optional mock ups.
comments - I am creating a web site for my chiropractor. She is opening a new office in Santa Rosa and is excited at the prospect of having a web presence. This is pretty exciting for me since this will be the first time site I am making for a local business.

send feedback to terrymc@sonic.net



Special Thanks to Nick Merlo sec# 1364 for sharing their optional mock ups.
comments - I definitely feel better about this one than the last one. As I get better with Photoshop, I am able to make the site look how I have it planned. I am still not able to do anything fancy, but I'll get there eventually. Overall I thought this layout made more sense and was better organized. I used the advice from the book this time and what a surprise... it does look better. Still needs improvement I'm sure but IMO it is a drastic improvement.

send feedback to nmerloman@yahoo.com



Special Thanks to Joy Olsen sec# 1364 for sharing their optional mock ups.
comments - My mockup is for an adventure travel company. this project was easier than the first...I'd like to go back and rework mockup 1.

send feedback to olsen@sonic.net



Special Thanks to Laurel Meyer sec# 1364 for sharing their optional mock ups.
comments - Once again I looked at too many web pages and this time ended up using one part of a web page as my beginning point and then not following any of the rest of that page or the others I viewed. I am still worried that my idea will be difficult to implement as a web site because my html coding skills are from the dark ages.

send feedback to laurelm@sonic.net



Special Thanks to Adam Bunnell sec# 1364 for sharing their optional mock ups.
comments - I tried to use a different navigation bar and stick things in different places, but I found it very frustrating doing a mockup that has such little detail design wise.

send feedback to scootrman19@yahoo.com



Special Thanks to Judith Vesper sec# 1364 for sharing their optional mock ups.
comments - I had a lot of fun being whimsical with the Pet Store website. I used a font called alleycat; I thought that would be appropriate.

send feedback to jvesper@sonic.net



Special Thanks to Jan Simonin sec# 1364 for sharing their optional mock ups.
comments - I liked the simple, clean lines of the design. This time I used a little color and I thought that could make the initial presentation more appealing and a little more readable. I like simple but I also like flowing. So far I am being very blocky, but I think I'll have opportunity to soften the design as we go along.

send feedback to cinnamon@pacbell.net



Special Thanks to Kent Hasel sec# 1364 for sharing their optional mock ups.
comments - When I used the rectangle tool for text in the open page I ended up with a bit of a line there. I don't know why this happened or how to correct it. When I did the first text box there was a line but it went away when I did the second text box.

send feedback to sfaiguy@gmail.com



Special Thanks to Anita Shah sec# 1364 for sharing their optional mock ups.
comments - The examples and sites of other students from the last mock up inspired me to be a little more creative. I think the trick when adding features to make the page look more interesting is to know when to stop!! It was a lot of fun though and I enjoyed doing the assignment.

send feedback to ashah259@yahoo.com



Special Thanks to Kristen Skold sec# 1364 for sharing their optional mock ups.
comments - I chose the cruise assignment, and wanted a softer, more organic feel to this site. I'm not entirely sure about the double columns on the secondary page - that element may change as the semester goes along. We'll see.

send feedback to kskold@sbcglobal.net



Special Thanks to Carolyn Bloom sec# 1364 for sharing their optional mock ups.
comments - I really enjoyed this asignment. I was able to work with a bit more confidence. It still took me longer than I think it should. Manipulating the design an top of a screen capture was very interesting. Yet I was still able to customize it and change the design to my satisfaction.

send feedback to cwbloom@att.net



Special Thanks to Tona Morales-Calkins sec# 1364 for sharing their optional mock ups.
comments - This is not the campuse mock up, but the optional mock up. I chose a retirement village for active seniors. Both pages are here and can be found in the WebGraphics/lesson3 folder under the file names you assigned. I enjoyed surfing for inspiration, though I was chagrined to find that most "retirement" village/community/home sites were thinly veiled real estate sites. The one I chose for the surfing example#2 was the cream of the crop of real retirement village sites.

send feedback to tonia346@sonic.net



 


Original Script by Philip Tardif for use by Linda Hemenway