Website Design

Website Redesign: Bicycle Stock Images

Four years ago, I launched my first photography website. At first, Bicycle Stock Images was sort of a grab-bag for all kinds of photography. Last year, I brought it back to its original focus. This year, the all-bicycling-all-the-time site makes its first foray into the world of responsive design. Which means that Bicycle Stock Images…

Website Update: Metabolic Profiling

September 2015 update: The website has been redesigned since this post was published. A year ago, the principals of this startup company came to me for a website redesign. That project is summarized here. Since then, the MetProf people have gotten feedback from their customers, which has led them to focus the business on proteomic…

Website Redesign: Metabolic Profiling

September 2015 update: The website has been redesigned since this post was published. If you’re running a pharmaceutical company, you want to know that the compounds you’re developing are safe for human consumption. If you’re a patient, you want the same assurance. Both of these needs are the concern of Metabolic Profiling Inc., a startup…

Website Redesign: HBCU PSM

September 2015 update: This website is no longer online. The HBCU Mid-Atlantic Professional Science Master’s (PSM) Alliance is a group of predominantly Historically Black Colleges and Universities in Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia. These universities are developing and offering new Professional Science Master’s (PSM) degree programs. PSM degrees offer science and/or mathematics…

Website Redesign: Nutritional Sciences Department

April 2015 update: This site was redesigned by the university. The University of Arizona Department of Nutritional Sciences website has a new look. It’s based on an oft-heard bit of dietary advice: “Eat Your Colors.” The site’s seven sub-navigation bars reflect the colors of healthful foods: The default sub-navigation adopts a pink Persimmon theme. It points…

Website Design: Improving Tumor Radiation Response

April 2015 update: This website is no longer online. Dr. Randy Burd is on the faculties of the University of Arizona, Holy Family University, and Thomas Jefferson University. His research focuses on the effectiveness of radiation therapy in cancer treatment, while minimizing the effects of radiation on normal tissue. I just designed a laboratory website…

Website Redesign: Chemistry Department

March 2019 update: This site was redesigned by the university. The University of Northern Iowa Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry’s redesigned website features a department-produced recruiting video along with information on degree requirements, research and career opportunities, and application procedures. Recent graduates have pursued a wide range of careers, including patent law, medicine, dentistry, forensic science,…

Website Design: Optical Sciences Researcher

March 2019 update: This site was redesigned by the university. Robert A. Norwood is a professor in the University of Arizona College of Optical Sciences. My website design showcases his research, publishing, teaching, scholarly presentations, and patents. The home page features a collage of photos that I took of the sculpture, low water use landscaping, and…

Website Redesign: International Environmental Law and Policy

September 2015 update: The website has been redesigned since this post was published. Ted Parson is Joseph L. Sax Collegiate Professor of Law and Professor of Natural Resources & Environment at the University of Michigan. His research examines international environmental law and policy, the role of science and technology in public policy, and the political…

Website Design: Anyplace Access for Arizonans

April 2015 update: This website is no longer online. Anyplace Access for Arizonans (AA4A) is a University of Arizona-based program that offers online courses in nutrition, health and bioscience. AA4A courses are directed towards students, non-degree seekers, pre-professionals and professionals in the health-related fields including occupational and physical therapy, nursing, pharmacy, dietetics and radiation therapy….

Website Design: UNI PSM Degree Programs

March 2019 update: This website is no longer online. Late last year, I was asked to design a website for the Professional Science Master’s Degree Programs at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Rapids. UNI is one of nearly 100 institutions offering the PSM Degree. It’s a graduate degree that allows students to pursue…

Website Redesign: Applied Biosciences PSM Degree Program

September 2015 update: This site was redesigned by the university. Earlier this year, I was asked to redesign the website of the University of Arizona Professional Science Master’s Degree in Applied Biosciences. The site serves as a student recruiting tool, and it combines UA campus scenes with information on degree requirements, career opportunities, and application…

Website Design: University Online Course

March 2019 update: This website is no longer online. Nutrigenomics draws on research in nutrition, genetics, and several other scientific  fields. Although nutrigenomics is fairly new, there is a great demand for collaboration, training and education. I just finished working with Randy Burd, Ph.D., who is on the faculties of the University of Arizona, University…

Website Design: Biotechnology Management Consulting

March 2019 update: This website is no longer online. Here are a few of the many accomplishments of Leon E. Barstow, Ph.D.: Created the world’s first commercial DNA synthesizer, which is now in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian Institution. Developed and commercialized new products with sales totaling $200 million. Raised more than $35 million…

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