Web Design and Development

Graphics

Graphics are an amazing part of the internet experience. Everything you view here and most other webpages is enhanced by graphics.

Because many webpage owners are still growing and learning in their use of graphics, many sets and backgrounds are offered here on a linkware basis. This page will expand with webpage and graphic tutorials for your personal use. In addition, the gallery includes personal designs which have been created to develop many new skills in graphics programs.

Enjoy your look around! I love hearing which pictures people like - feel free to contact me if you see something that inspires you :-)

You'll find websets, individual things, and some special options for custom made sets. Many of the sets available currently are linkware, which means you need to give a link back using one of the buttons on my link to me page.

In addition to the linkware sets you will find here, I specialize in redoing websites - taking your content and creating a new look based on the feel of your site. I can pick fonts and colors and designs or use a base idea that you will provide. I'd also be happy to renovate a set that I have already done.

Before you view the graphics, I ask that you read the terms of usage page. Once you have finished that, then you are welcome to visit into the graphics designs.

You might want to start your visit with the Linkware page!

Latest Updates

Latest Updates:
08.18.02:

Two new graphics sets have been added, with weblog templates for Movable Type, Greymatter, and Blogger.

07.31.02:

I've updated the Movable Type Installation Help and added the the Movable Type Installation Help: Skins. I may update the greymatter copy, too - but there doesn't seem to be as much request for it.

06.01.02:

Contributed an article for Graphic Goo on beginning PHP.

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