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Sample Comp for website frame

Custom Website,

EMS Massage Therapy

I loved this website and this massage therapist when she was in business.

All that I have left is this one sample comp, but it gives a nice example of how beautiful a website can be, without losing funtionality.

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Cold Noses, Custom Website

Custom Websites

Cold Noses Rescue

Cold Noses Foundation contacted me years before responsive website design came on the scene. They have since changed thier design as it has aged for responsive websites but I add it here because I loved the colors and the layout.

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A comp of the homepage sent to the client before building. They wanted a blog style website with current news on the landing page.

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Custom Header created for Cold Noses

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Center for Optimum Living

Custom Websites

the center for optimum living

The Center for Optimum Living, in Kinnelon NJ, was my first real client when I started Lois Reed Designs.

I took pictures of the Center and based the entire site, color scheme and all, on these beautiful images.

Unfortunatly, the Center decided to build a new website with WIX. I don’t work with templates so they had another person take over. This is a website where I wish that I had taken a picture of each page so that one could see the difference between WIX and a custom built website.

Below are some comps and a screenshot of my homepage for them. It’s hard to let go of such a beautiful website, but I have to honor the clients’ wishes.

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A screenshot of the homepage before they switched to wix. The first picture in this slider is the image that gave me the color scheme for the website, as you can see below.

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developing the color scheme

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A comp of an inner page for the client to approve before coding.

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the present WIX version:

WIX website destruction

FDNY Memorial Wall, NYC

FDNY Memorial Wall, 9.11.01

Although this website was built years ago, when sliced images and static HTML were the way to build, it is still live and still one of the early projects that I was proud to be a part of with Rambush.

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The Brochure

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The FDNY Memorial Wall website

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