Composer and editor Dean Anderson favored a highly interactive feel for his site because it expresses the technical aesthetics that are ever-present in the edit suites where he works his media magic.
Award-winning copy writer and creative director Don Austen wanted a site that had the operation of a DVD reel that plays automatically, while always offering options to click directly to the next page or new 'works-in-progress."
Advertising copywriter Andy Tillman wanted an understated techno-look to suggest modernity and a hip business sensibility. With a sense of humor about his work, the site opens with a whimsical animation loop that defines his ability to give and take while working in creative environments.
Commercial Rep. Jim Deloye wanted to project a fun, outgoing, casualness amidst the high pressure, big bucks world of commercial TV production. Bright, saturated colors help say, "We have talent that is ripe for the picking,"
The unique performance company known as Jellyeye has a powerful yet mysterious stage presence so they wanted their site to immediately convey this atmosphere.
Award-winning art director Candace Vanstryker hired Luxtone Media to build her first site design project. She also relied on our creative suggestions for many aspects of the Flash elements and actions, including the sound design for the site opening. The glossy, cool-toned art direction derives from her initial design layouts.
A fun-food hangout for the college crowd in Fullerton CA, The Palapa Grill needed a site that fit their "Tiki-surf-bongo" theme with a customized FaceBook "Like" window.
Award-winning copywriter and filmmaker Melissa Berman wanted a friendly portfolio site to showcase her work and attract new clients. The subtle but energetic color scheme derives from her pre-existing logo.
Chicago-based painter Jeff Reid wanted a site to showcase his large-format paintings of famous people. A flattering video short broadcast by a local TV station opens the site. Jeff signs his work with his iconographic "X" logo, and this forms the background of the site pages.
Los Angeles-based voice-over talent Tom Sinnott needed a 1-page site with his mp3 demo available. The design focus is on Tom's voice-producing apparatus. Plus, the tone of Tom's voice is like his beard – kind of gruff but kind of soft too...