Think about toast: the process of toasting has remained the same since its invention on a cliffside thousands of years ago, and yet each of us has at least once burnt our breakfast down to a charred, yeasty mass.
So unless you like scraping burnt pixels off with a butter knife, leave the toasting to the professionals.
I’m Jeston Tigchon and I make
breakfast websites for a living.
Concept for Meijer.com redesign in 2010. The goal was to widen the site to account for the steadily increasing screen resolution amongst Meijer.com’s users. New features include global inter-site tabs at top, a drop-down left-hand navigation, and a more focused header.
Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator
Midwest retail supermarket giant Meijer looked to me to create an alternative look and feel for their Halloween website in order to show off their costume assortment for 2009. Working closely with the merchants behind the products, I designed a site section with flair that fit into their established design and adhered to their standards.
Adobe Photoshop, Flash CS3, XHTML & CSS
Meijer’s 2008 Holiday initiative included a viral campaign to set the mood and win one of hundreds of big-ticket prizes. I developed an interactive piece that takes the visitor to a virtual world with a plot to uncover Santa’s secrets and give the viewer what they really want for Christmas—without telling them!
Adobe Illustrator, Flash CS3
Adobe Site of the Day Dec. 22 2008
In 2004, I put together a brand-new website for an internet webcomic driven by WordPress—one of the first of its kind. Today, nearly every webcomic on the internet uses Wordpress for comic management thanks to the work of Tyler Martin, who released his ComicPress plugin only a few months after Dandy & Company was launched.
The version you see today was redesigned in 2007 and features AJAX-driven comic navigation and tagging. It is still proudly WordPress-powered.
Adobe Photoshop, XHTML & CSS