This redesign for photographer Michael Romanos provided an interesting opportunity to build a website strictly in HTML, something I hadn’t done for several years. Michael’s website is essentially an archive of images available for licensing, with no blog or other need for any kind of dynamic content. Additionally, the client has a passing familiarity with HTML himself, so a content management system really wasn’t needed either. The result was a simple website that puts the focus squarely on the photography, without any gimmicks.
“I had been sitting on my stale and outdated web site for years when I approached Jefferson for help. He listened to my ideas, improved upon them, offered suggestions and worked with me to produce a site in very short order that met all my needs, looks great, and was affordable. It’s been an entirely positive experience.”
– Michael Romanos