October to October in a Nutshell

As a year has past without posting anything here, the time has come for a new look, a look back at the last year.

My brother had a baby. My sister had a baby. I didn't have a baby.

I'm a year older this year than I was last year, along with everybody else.

I worked a lot this year at Commotion, taking part in many projects. A couple highlighted designs:

TEAM Group website screenshot
The Team Group - www.theteamgroup.com
This design focused on making the imagery as large as possible, promoting people to want to travel to the featured unique locations.

Madison Partners website screenshot
Madison Partners llc - www.madisonpartnersllc.com
This website featured a custom back end for uploading and sharing files with clients, and administrating portions of the website.

Bud Light Rock Paper Scissors website screenshot
Bud Light Rock Paper Scissors - www.budlightrps.com
Design by Dmitri Wood, talking hand and functionality by myself, this design guided contest winners and employees to desired destinations in a fun way.

Parking Stripe Advertising website screenshot
Parking Stripe Advertising - www.parkingstripe.com
I had the opportunity to redesign the logo and look of Parking Stripe Advertising. Past revisions of this website can be seen here.

I ended my 4 year position with Commotion as Intern -> Director of Web Development -> Media Director, in September. I was burning out, and couldn't refuse the job upgrade offer from The Society of Leisure Enthusiasts. So far the job has been a positive change in different aspects. I did learn much from Commotion that helps in my new job daily. I will have to discuss more about the new job another day as there is so much to talk about!

That about covers it. More posts soon!

About Christopher Stevens

Me, wearing a tieChristopher is a web developer/designer who loves renovating and empowering over-sized web projects and exploring the unknown. He is powered by coffee, electrons, and passionate people.

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"Every generation has the obligation to free men's minds for a look at new worlds . . . to look out from a higher plateau than the last generation."
--Ellison S. Onizuka