Kelly Gale Amen

KGA.net is the most challenging project I have been working on to date. It is not only a website, but a comprehensive catalogue and database of projects, archived PDF's, and above all products in an e-store. When I took over as Web Developer, the site was functioning as a simple WordPress theme and barely had any daily viewers. Since then, through a combination of web design and online marketing, daily viewership is a constant double-digit and sales are increasing considerably!  

Web Development

Case Studies

 

Cancer Below The Belt

I took over CBTB when I took over KGA.net, because they are owned by the same person. However, this particular website was incredibly enjoyable to create - joy is to be felt on every page. It is a catalogue for a charity that helps cancer patients without insurance in the United States. I took a dormant website and turned it into a point of reference for testing and screening information, press updates, events, and a platform for online raffles and fundraising events. Viewership is constantly increasing.

UCL Investment Society

UCLIS is the third site I took over as Software Developer, and I re-did the user interface completely. The previous site was not intuitive and students struggled to find the information they needed. Before designing, I took time to normalize the website's database and information requirements in the most digestible manner possible. After a thorough re-organization of sections and pages, the design came as a breeze - the society already has a well established graphic identity, so colors and themes were preset.

MCMS Construction

! Work In Progress

MCMS wanted two things: a theme centred around blue, and a modern, clean look. It is consequently one of the airiest websites I've built to date. While I wanted blue to dominate, I did not want it to monopolize the website - so I've added shades of yellow to complement it. The fonts I've spaced and organized using a magazine/editorial mentality. The website is STILL in progress, so do not be alarmed at the random photos in the Teams page.