Certe Group Websites
I’m not one to just milk people for their money. I like to offer solutions, even if that means a full redesign and reintegration, if it means it will fit the company’s needs better and help provide a strong sense of branding and authority on the internet.
99Designs Website Contests
So I occasionally like to submit designs to places like 99Designs (it’s like eBay for designs, except instead of multiple people bidding on one item, it’s one client rating multiple designs – the best design gets the cash), and here was one case where I did a little splash page design for a video web app/website call AirCast Media. I didn’t win, but I like to think it was close.
Smartwave Media Solutions
I’ve had the privilege of working closely with a good friend from high school, Rayan Bouajram, for quite some time, and had the opportunity to help design Marcco Flood, US Window & Door, Guahan Grill, and others. I also provided WordPress consulting and training services for the development of Hacienda De Vega, which is currently still a work in progress.
Web Design Class 3
So here’s the last little school web project I’ll post here. This was a final project that was challenging us to use only CSS to lay out everything. Good thing that’s a lot easier than table layouts (the only reason I would EVER design a layout using tables is if it is for email marketing). I took this opportunity to go above and beyond what the class requirements were, and dropped in a JQuery carousel and a Lightbox for images in order to highlight my portfolio pieces. How do you think it turned out?
Web Design Class 2
Here’s another school project for a web design class I did. We were tasked with the challenge of redesigning a person’s website from a list of links and incorporating their current website content into the template. I chose Carol Murphy’s art portfolio, because it was most in need of a redesign and had some decent illustrations in it. Let me know what you think!
Web Design Class 1
During college, I had a few assignments to build full functioning websites to display our assignments. I took this opportunity to apply some of the knowledge I gained from working at AG Internet and make some fun little websites. I found I particularly like lighter colors and soft gradients, with subtle 3d effects from things like letterpress and single pixel color changes. I enjoyed these classes immensely.
Hi there! I’m Scott Hernandez. I threw together this website to showcase some of my online and print work, as well as to insert some of my own witty internet-sensation-like remarks on the world wide interwebs. As such, I hope things don’t get too serious, but if it’s design we’re talking about, go ahead and rip my stuff apart. I’m all for constructive criticism and I love discussing matters of opinion in the subjective field of web design and development. If you enjoy my rantings and various designs, why not drop me a line to let me know what you think of my work? If anything, I could even become your next star employee or business partner.