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13 Sandvox sites tagged “drawing”

Autism and the Art of Communication

Autism and the Art of Communication

“I chose "Outside the Lines" because that describes how we work (and the visual matched our artistic content). I like the fact that we can replace the photo banner with our own picture featuring the artwork of individuals on the autism spectrum - it gives the site more individual character.” — Sheila Bell

L.P. Baker

L.P. Baker

“I wanted a design that was simple, easy to navigate, looked good both on desktop and mobile browsers.” — Lindsay Baker

Margaret Mannion Kallen - Etchings and Drawings

Margaret Mannion Kallen - Etchings and Drawings

“So far this website is fairly simple, so all I have done is written text and insert jpegs. I did a version with links to PayPal that required inserting code, and though I decided not to use that, it worked well and I would be happy to try again should the need arise.” — Jeffrey Kallen

Artist Colin King illustrator

Artist Colin King illustrator

“I used the simple drag and drop method for my images, which included a couple of simple animations, created in Photoshop.” — Mr. C. King

Maureen McKee Fine Art

Maureen McKee Fine Art

“I choose the clean sheets design for its simplicity and the option to let my art work be the focus of the site.” — Maureen McKee

Creativity Planet Arts Workshop

“My daughter's and friends think I am a tech whiz..I know I could teach a child to build a website with this easy to use product and maybe I will.” — Patricia A. Rieger

The Suzanne Balkanyi Trust

The Suzanne Balkanyi Trust

“Sandvox allowed me to concentrate on the content and the user experience. Designing the site made me realise how much my old students had taught me.” — Alan Sekers

Marci Katz Art & Design.

Marci Katz Art & Design.

“I eliminated anything extraneous on the pages so I could highlight my work. I used primarily photo pages, and a couple just for text.” — Marci Katz

Betsy LePlatt Design & Illustration

Betsy LePlatt Design & Illustration

“I chose the design I did because it is very clean and light. I wanted the artwork to stand out, not the design of the background.” — Betsy LePlatt

African American Artist Eugene J. Martin

African American Artist Eugene J. Martin

“Many visitors like the design of the new website about the prolific artist Eugene Martin as it is an easily accessible and essential reference source about his works of art, press, books, videos, exhibits, museum and galleries shows, interactive links, and contact information.” — Suzanne Fredericq

Harry Hasheian:Playful, yet disturbing

Harry Hasheian:Playful, yet disturbing

“I chose Neo News for this website because it was very masculine and minimalist. I wanted the artwork to speak louder than the page design and this design worked best. It also worked well for including one of Harry's paintings in the masthead behind the title.” — John Snow

Ross Racine - art

Ross Racine - art

“I choose a grayscale design because my work is already grayscale. I prefer a design that doesn't interfere with the artwork.” — Ross Racine

Sarjakuvakurssi (comics course)

Sarjakuvakurssi (comics course)

“Main material of the site is comics and images made by children . They are motivated better when they can see their works at the web, show them for their friends and parents. Also they get more self confidence. The site also informs people about different happenings related comics.” — Esa Holopainen