Design 002: Psychologist Website
Today I'd like to present design number 2 of my 2010 New Year's resolution, a few days after my rework of the Florida Grand Opera's website. This time, I've created a site for a psychologist - specifically, Ivan Pavlov working under an assumed name (the photo of him is from Psychology Pictures, under a CC-BY 2.0 license).
What's most interesting about this design is the underlying techniques.
This is the first site I've built using HTML5. The site uses HTML5's
simplified doctype; new semantic elements like
<hgroup>; and CSS3 styles like border-radius, box-shadow, and
text-shadow. As usual, I used Cufón for font replacement in the
navigation section and the header at the top of the page. The design
seeks to be light but professional, with a color scheme that fits with
South Florida. I also wrote the site's copy, which is based on an
amalgamation of other psychologist websites.
As before, you can find the interactive version of this site design on my separate portfolio site. So, that's two designs done. Only 102 left to go!