PROJECT NAME: Swity Family URL: http://swityfamily.port5.com SINCE: September, 2003
The Siasoco – Oblego Nuptial site. Ooh, this was another fun site I had to make. The second wedding website among my list of projects. This was actually a wedding gift to Mark and Tet Siasoco, who got married on my mother’s birthday (September 27, 2003).
They’re really such a cute and mushy couple. You’ll see mush all over the site, but it’s the kind that makes you go, “Aw!” More >
PROJECT NAME: Granulomata URL: http://www.granulomata.com SINCE: September 17, 2003
Another x-deal. I was looking for a suitable free host for Hentai Neko (dot)Net because the old host has become unreliable. The owner of Granulomata, Allan Hsu, saw my designs and liked them, especially Coolay and Hentai Neko. He then proposed that I design one of his websites in return for bannerless hosting on his site.
The first version I came up with (v.0) had to be altered, the results More >
PROJECT NAME: Dino Lara Photography: Digital Story Book URL: http://www.storybook.ph SINCE: June 9, 2003
This goes hand in hand with Dino Lara’s main website. The story of this site is also in that section of my portfolio, so if you want to read about it, check that page out first. The design of this site is basically the same as the main’s, but you’ll see more of the lovely pictures here because this happens to contain his portfolio. I More >
PROJECT NAME: Kasal ATBP URL: http://www.kasalatbp.com SINCE: April 30, 2003
My agent gave me this project. The site was based in the Philippines but the clients weren’t exactly Filipinos. I suppose it was some sort of directory/search engine/portal for married people. I actually think the concept is great and innovative. I mean, a search engine for married and soon-to-be-married couples? It also has a directory of suppliers and an interactive message board.
The main focus of the More >
PROJECT NAME: Skysenshi URL: http://www.skysenshi.com SINCE: October 14, 2002
I’ve had this handle (“skysenshi”) since 1997 and it was only in 2002 that I’ve decided to stake my claim — dotcom-wise. =^.^=
This was initially where I stashed my portfolio. I wanted the site to look as simple as it can be. I didn’t want its look to compete with the other sites I featured. Let’s just say the site had a lot of growing up More >