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Web Design Efforts of CT Hart
I've been at this a long time. Unfortunately, that means most of what I've built has come and gone...
You're currently in the best example of this that I've built....so far.
Responsive Design is an approach to web design aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing and interaction experience—easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling—across a wide range of devices (from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones). There is more than one way to attempt this, and browsers react to each technique differently.
The site I helped put together for Corral West was a great example of the use of frames, unfortunately the Corral West bankruptcy and termination of business has eliminated this site and this link. Yet I include it here because the most impressive aspect of this site was never what you could readily see anyway. It was built to integrate with an existing fullfillment system that created the product display dynamically. If the product was in the database, and therefore showing on the page, it was also in the warehouse ready to ship. (With no legacy fullfillment system it's something I do not have the ability to recreate on this server.) However, thanks to the magic of the WAYBACK MACHINE we can still get a sense of what it looked like HERE.
With HTML and XHTML, an image map is a list of coordinates relating to a specific image, created in order to hyperlink areas of the image to different destinations (as opposed to a normal image link, in which the entire area of the image links to a single destination). For example, a map of the world may have each country hyperlinked to further information about that country. The intention of an image map is to provide an easy way of linking various parts of an image without dividing the image into separate image files.
Soemthing that's been around for years in classic video games, but it has become a trend in the web design world. This interesting effect is now commonly seen as part of the scrolling feature of a web page. It uses multiple backgrounds which seem to move at different speeds to create a sensation of depth (creating a faux-3D effect) and an more interesting browsing experience. It's something I am still experimenting with to determine some of the best ways this can be used to enhance the user's experience of a website.
C.T. is a talented design artist with amazing ideas and the energy and enthusiasm to get the job done. CT has been a huge part of our small town community for many years. He started our town newspaper, coordinated all of the graphics, photos, advertisements and story layouts. Additionally, CT brought an opt in phone directory to our town and kindly donated profits back to our town’s youth.
Thank you, CT and your team, for some outstanding art, organization and the ongoing community efforts.
CT is an outstanding worker. Nothing seemed to phase him as I required project after project be produced under tighter and tighter deadlines. He was early to work and last to leave. Never once disappointing a team member or client.
C.T. is dedicated to every project and wonderfully creative. We’ve been working on several client jobs over the past year and he is my go to person for several of our creative products.
C.T. has done 3 graphics projects for me. He did the graphics for my album cover, book, and a major conference. He did everything ahead of schedule, within budget and to everyone’s satisfaction.