SpiritPathNow – Logo and Web Design

SpiritPathNow – Logo and Web Design

Lisa Kaye – Eugene, OR – 2012
Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe ImageReady, HTML, CSS, PHP, Helios Calendar Application and Jquery

The SpiritPathNow logo needed to feature a path in the shape of an “S”. That was simple, but a path did not feel spiritual to me. Celestial objects are. I decided to work the path into some sort of sun, but an image of a sun alone leaves out the human element. The result involves a circle of hands, fingers reaching out like sun-rays. The centered logo gave the impression of balance, but due to space restrictions on the website I had to flatten the logo. I was hired to make the webpage because of my experience at installing, configuring, designing and coding themes for Helios Calendar software. http://www.helioscalendar.com/ The Helios Calendar allows an admin to monitor a publicly accessed resource. The website lists the upcoming events, while the software offers an in-depth newsletter application. I did a large amount of php programing for this project. I added a number of custom features that allowed my client to offer incentives for the exchange of banner space. I love automation! Find your inner peace right here: http://www.spirit-path-now.com/events/

Early Web Experience

down to earth
Down To Earth Distributors - My first CSS project involving multiple opensource applications like Stoke's Phone Book, Matt's FormMail, Plan's online calendar and ramdom image javascript. I also designed and coded the web sites for Down to Earth's retail stores and it's organic fertilizer. I completed these projects between 2004 and 2007.

Agent Lead - I worked in Corvallis, Oregon for GoHome in 1999 designing web pages to sell real estate.

Libbey, Inc. - In 1997, I worked in Toledo, Ohio for one of the worlds largest tableware manufactures. I was flown to Atlanta Georgia to work with Microsoft in designing the launch of this complex web site. (While living in Ohio, I created the infamous email: terrytoledo)

Obie Media's Art Department 2001 - I did this while working at Obie Media.

Early Web Animation

The Future Sound of Lego - My first stop animation using Flash. Lego people ravin' and dancing til the break of dawn. I love their smiles.

Random Testimonial

“Working with graphic artist Terry Dunham may be the single best decision I’ve ever made as a business owner. Over the past five years, he has created over 100 site designs, logos, and other graphical site elements for me… …Each design has been stylistically unique… …On a personal note, Terry is consistently friendly, professional and easy to work with…”
Lisa Gray
Gray’s Web Design

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