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University Prep Program

The University Prep Program (UPP) is a summer leadership camp for high-school students in Niagara.

The website needed to be fresh, easy to read, and follow a design template already created for print materials.

The site features big imagery for a visual punch, and a responsive design for easy reading on any device.

Boys With Big Decks Website

With an amazing name like Boys With Big Decks, you need an equally impressive website showing off your work.

The client wanted the site to show off recent projects, and have the ability for customers to get a quick quote or contact with more in depth questions.

The responsive site is simple, but has contact information front and centre, and shows off the high-quality, aforementioned Big Decks.

Plus 3 XP Video Archive

My two friends and I thought we would dip our collective toe into the YouTube Let’s Play pool, and Plus 3 XP is the result. If you’re looking for fast-paced gaming action and hilarious (to us, at least) commentary, Plus 3 XP is the YouTube channel for you.

This website is a secondary resource for all our videos (outside YouTube), and features a responsive design, and access to all our most recent videos, as well as videos sorted by game.

You can visit our website at plus3xp.com, or visit us on YouTube at youtube.com/plus3xp.

If you like the videos, please like, comment and subscribe.

Unnecessary Side Project

The podcast market might already be saturated, but that didn’t stop my friend Matt and I from throwing our hats into the ring. And what’s a podcast without a flashy website?

I wanted the website for the podcast to be simple, easy to navigate, responsive for use on any device, and prominently display the most recent episodes for easy listening.

Sports.WS Redesign

I’ve had the pleasure of working with Sports.WS on a couple of different projects — most notably the 16-bit NBA pixel portraits — but my ongoing involvement with the site is a complete visual refresh of all pages — both visible to the external public, and visible to logged-in fantasy sports players. In terms of web design, it is by far the largest project I have ever worked on, and I’m loving every minute of it.

Visit Sports.WS