Steven Jaeger

Designer - Developer - Modeler - Composer

Web Design & Development

Click here to read more about MyKidisAutistic.com

MyKidIsAutistic.com

Goal

Choose a color pallet that is gender neutral yet appropriately conveys the idea that it is a site that revolves around children. Make a complex site easy to understand and navigate. Create a responsive layout. This site is a work-in-progress.

Techniques and Tools

  • Responsive Design
  • Wordpress
  • HTML5 and CSS3

Click here to read more about SeedsForAutism.org

SeedsForAutism.org

Goal

Take a nonfunctional, out of date site and create something that allowed them to update it easily and sell products. Create a design that properly reflected the organization's personality and purpose. Help create additional revenue for a young non-profit organization.

Techniques and Tools

  • Responsive Design
  • Wordpress
  • Jigoshop
  • Custom Javascript
  • HTML5 and CSS3

Click here to read more about GranadaGroupLLC.com

GranadaGroupLLC.com

Goal

Create their first public site that is built ready for growth.

Techniques and Tools

  • Wordpress
  • Custom Javascript

Click here to read more about JulieJaeger.com

JulieJaeger.com

Goal

Get a start-up business up and running and make the transition for the stylist and clients as smooth as possible. Also allow the client to update her site whenever possible and as easily as possible.

Techniques and Tools

  • Wordpress

Click here to read more about MyNextSalon.com

MyNextSalon.com

Goal

Create a site that captured the true personality of the salon, while also drastically increasing its search engine presence. Use photography provided by the client in a way that had a strong visual impact.

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WhoGifts.com

Goal

Create a site that showcases the products that Who! International has to offer, while incorporating their existing logo and color pallet into the design. It was orginially designed to be a simple portfolio site of the client's products, that changed a bit during the development process (as most sites do). This site was for Zenuity.

Click here to read more about YourFloorDecor.com

YourFloorDecor.com

Goal

Create a new, appealling design to replace an outdated and disfunctional site. As is typical when working for a design firm, slight modifications were made to the design during development by the client and powers that be, but the majority of it stayed in tact. This site was for Zenuity.