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Professional Web Design

The Internet has made it possible for anyone to share their vision and ideas with the world; but big businesses shouldn't be the only ones with great websites. New educational opportunities abound as well.

 

We create websites that are visually stunning, easy to navigate, informative, and educational. We can provide start to finish services, including digital photography, web design of static and animated elements, video conversion, domain name registration, web hosting, email accounts, shopping carts, online calendar integration, and feedback forms. We can even provide easy to understand instructions so that you can keep costs down and learn how to make future updates to your own website.

 

 

Recent Projects:

 

 

CT Rocks! - click here to visit the websiteCenter Church on the Green

New Haven, CT

http://centerchurchonthegreen.org/

 

Website, Logo Design, and Photography

 

This fully responsive website is made to look great on any size screen or mobile device, and is easy to update and maintain. Integration with Google Calendar, feedback forms, and social media. The logo incorporates elements of the church, as well as the nine squares of New Haven. Be sure to visit "The Crypt" section, where you can see the graves of New Haven's first settlers preserved under the church.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click here to visit the UConn NLRL websiteNew Literacies Research Lab
University of Connecticut

http://newliteracies.uconn.edu/

 

Website

This project was an update of the main website for the New Literacies Research Lab at the University of Connecticut. A responsive site as utilized so that the site will look great on any size screen or mobile device.

 

 

 

CT Rocks! - click here to visit the websiteYale University

Peabody Museum of Natural History

http://peabody.yale.edu/ct-rocks

 

"CT Rocks! The Geology of Connecticut"

Digital Video, Website, Animation

 

Students and teachers can embark on "virtual field trips" to different points of geologic interest in Connecticut. Track the clues using tools to figure out the mystery of each location!

This project involved video shoots in various field locations, educational animation sequences, lower thirds animations, and web design.

 

 

 

 

 

Click here to visit the Karyl Evans Productions LLC websiteKaryl Evans Productions LLC
North Haven, CT

www.karylevansproductions.com

 

Website, Digital Video, Flash Design

This website has created an online presence for Karyl Evans Productions; a full service production company specializing in the creation of videos for historical sites, arts and educational institutions, non-profits, broadcast, and the web. Site includes Flash design, Paypal shopping cart integration, as well as digital video formatting and conversion for an xml-based Flash video player.

 

 

 

Tree of Life - click here to visit the websiteYale University

Peabody Museum of Natural History

http://peabody.yale.edu/exhibits/tree-of-life

 

"Travels in the Great Tree of Life"

Website, Digital Video, Flash Animation

 

In addition to the physical game kiosks viewable here, this website was created to be an online showcase and source of information about the Tree of Life exhibit.

 

 

 

 

 

Click here to begin Tesla Time's Electrical Adventure
"Tesla Time's Electrical Adventure"
University of Connecticut / Mansfield Middle School
 

Click here to begin Tesla Time's Electrical Adventure

(Requires Flash Player 8 or higher )

Teachers - click here if you'd like to use this for your class

 

Flash, Web-Based Video, 3D Animation

Featured in the article "Tesla Time: Igniting Imaginations with Web-Based Instruction" (Spring 2010 issue of Teaching for High Potential) and now in use in many classrooms across the country, this website contains an educational program to teach 5th graders about electrical circuits. Interactive Flash is used, with streaming video, 3D modeling and animation, as well as custom music and sound effects. If you like finger puppets, cats, electricity, or time travel, this one is worth a look.

 

Click here to view the final report, showing statistically significant gains in learning and self-efficacy

 

 

 

Click here to try Tesla II - Magnetism

"Tesla II - Magnetism "
University of Connecticut / Mansfield Middle School
 

Click here to try a puzzle from "Tesla II - Magnetism"

(Requires Flash Player 8 or higher )

 

Flash, Web-Based Video, 3D Animation

Created as a followup to Tesla I, This website contains one puzzle from an educational program to teach 5th graders about magnetism. Interactive Flash is used, with streaming video, 3D modeling and animation, as well as custom sound effects.

 

 

 

 

Click here to visit the Trinity Lutheran Church websiteTrinity Evangelical Lutheran Church
New Haven, CT

www.TrinityLutheranNH.org

 

Website, Digital Audio, and Virtual Tour

 

This website details the beautiful architecture and mission of this historic church. The Virtual Tour allows you to walk around the church, open doors, examine items, even hear the pipe organ. This website has been reported to bring in people from across the country.

 

 

 

 

 

Click here to visit the Pell Farms websitePell Farms
Somers, CT

www.Pell-Farms.com

 

Website

 

What better way to give your business a boost than to bring in customers from all over and let them see what you have to offer? This website is informative for general business information (directions, hours, etc.) but also puts their catalog of nursery trees online for customers to see.

 

 

 

 

 

Click here to visit the NRC Keynote videos websiteNRC Keynote Videos site
University of Connecticut

Click here for site

 

Website and Video Editing

This website for the University of Connecticut and the National Reading Council allows visitors to watch the keynote address videos from the annual NRC conference on literacy.

 

Video segments were encoded and edited to add name, school, and speech titles, as well as to correct audio problems from the original recordings.

 

 

 

 

 

Click here to visit the TICA Research Project websiteTICA Research Project
University of Connecticut, Clemson University, and the Institute for Education Sciences

Click here for site

 

Website and Logo Design

 

This site brings together the joint literacy research of the University of Connecticut and Clemson University. A flash slideshow scrolls though pictures of the research teams, and the TICA logo was created to represent the project on the site and in research presentations.