Posts Categorized: Portfolio

Photoshop Composite: Ash meets Gandalf

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I found another picture of my young lad on my phone. This time he was holding a toy windmill up to a fan (He loves fans). I needed a break from cutting html and css so decided to open up photoshop and see what I could put together.

WEBSITE LAUNCH: www.dts.net.nz

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DTS is one of New Zealand’s leading business broadband providers and I was really honored to be asked to design & develop a new web site for them. Check out the new DTS website here. The site was developed with the WordPress framework so that it’s easy to maintain and is built around the concept… Read more »

Compositing two photos in photoshop

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Ash on the Great Wall in his jammies

I was looking through some photos on my phone recently and came across this hard-case photo of my boy. This is his “I’m stuck to the floor” pose but to me it looked more like kung-fu … and an opportunity to try a little more photoshop compositing. There were a number of steps in putting… Read more »

Site Launch: Creative Space

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Like so many businesses, Creative Space had a web site that simply didn’t reflect the nature and quality of their work. Until now that is. Creative Space are a Tauranga based architectural studio who had outgrown their previous web site. They needed a new look to aid in a marketing campaign and it needed to… Read more »

Site Launch: Snowberry Beauty

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Snowberry Beauty is a fantastic looking site and it’s made all the more impressive by adding animation to key components with jQuery. Snowberry Beauty originally had their website designed and built entirely in flash. The only problem was that it was horrendously difficult to manage and their original flash developer was no longer available. They… Read more »