Category Archives: Website Design

CAFS Website Re-Designed

Over the past few months in my spare time, I’ve been helping the Canadian Association for Food Studies re-develop its website in WordPress. We’ve finally launched the website.

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Bringing About Better Understanding

Not long ago I helped build a website for a non-profit organization that sends medical equipment and personnel from Canada to Nepal. They also organize a number of other initiatives that their website describes. Most of the work I did … Continue reading

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The Lindy Ledohowski Website

Thankfully, after a busy few months at the end of 2009, I’ve been able to get back into volunteer website design in my spare time over the winter. The first website I’ve completed since last summer was just finished. Check … Continue reading

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The Student Life Centre Website

I recently completed a website for the Student Life Centre at the University of Waterloo: http://www.slc.uwaterloo.ca I was given all the content for the site, and used the university CLF template, which made my job of arranging all the content … Continue reading

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I Made a Fractal Website

I recently finished working on another website: http://www.math.uwaterloo.ca/WatFract Let me know what you think, and if you find any problems viewing the site. The site is for a group of researchers that work on fractals and other related areas of … Continue reading

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Canadian Association for Food Studies

I recently finished building a simple website for the Canadian Association for Food Studies at: http://www.foodstudies.ca The site has a lot of content that took me a long time to format properly. The french content isn’t ready, so only some … Continue reading

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