Babeltime Inc. is a mobile game development company. They were looking for a website with a bit more flash and professionalism. With animations, videos, popup cards, and custom Facebook feed, this website is jam packed with features and fun!
A side project of mine, the Hoja Seed Balls explains this odd product and has a shop to sell them. The emphasis is on text , using images only when necessary. The project was a exercise in minimalism, inspired by Dieter Rams, a renowned architect, who once said about designing "Less, but better".
Shisharki sells wearable art and handmade jewelry. The use of a parallax scrolling effect with a mountain range I made, and custom menu makes this website feel handmade, like the art it sells. The carefully chosen color scheme communicates a charming, lively, original feel that reflects the client's personality.
A simple and clear website was what 3 Step Rodent Proofing was looking for in a website. Fast loading with good SEO, this website focuses on getting the user to call in for a quote.
Sanderson’s artist portfolio website focuses on the work. The seemingly empty website fills with content the farther you delve into it. There was a lot of talk about making this website get out of the way of the images, so the user can really focus on them without imprinting on the artwork.
I'm Andrew Morgan, I make graphics & websites. I believe in pushing the boundaries of design and frustrating expectation. I draw inspiration from the strong forms of Keith Haring, the degenerative beauty of the Wabi-Sabi philosophy, and the dated yet timeless humor of Futurama.
With my degree in communication, my perspective on creation is driven by storytelling rather than just presenting fact. Too much of the world is caught up with presenting information, without any concern with how a human will receive it. As I grow in technical skill, my vision for storytelling becomes more clear. My ideas routinely outpace my abilities, offering a strong motivator to keep getting better.
I would love the opportunity to chat with you, about the dreams you want realized, how you see design, or even just your favorite Zoidberg quote. Please, give me a shout!