web design for a performance artist ::
Mark Steffen Kleine
This young performance artist had been using a basic blog to present his portfolio of work. He wanted to have a more professional site and one that could be easily navigated between many projects with written descriptions.
One challenge we met was that he had been creating one composite image of all the images from one of his projects (simulating an array of individual thumbnails); he had worked out different optimal sizes for the thumbnails for each project and wanted to be able to use individual thumbnails to create the same effect.
We coded his projects up with an option for him to choose the number of thumbnails to display per row such that the thumbnails would align to his preferences and also re-size responsively.
Throughout the site, visuals are big and dominant (including tiny thumbnails in the drop-down menus so it’s easy to choose which project you want to view). Texts are incorporated for every project so the whole experience provides an in-depth introduction to his art.
This site was published in December 2017.
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web design: Rohesia Hamilton Metcalfe
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