Matthew Hensler

Christopher Huffer

This seasoned veteran of the design world needed a new platform to advertise his hair styling services. A responsive website with social media integration was the solution he needed.

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City of Forest Acres

Nestled on the eastern border of the City of Columbia, Forest Acres is known as "a city within a city." For its residents, Forest Acres is a small town with big goals – and an even bigger heart.

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The University of South Carolina

Carolina's Promise, the campaign for The University of South Carolina, intends to raise 1 billion dollars for the university. A responsive design, better presentation of its mission and a simplified donation form were just what they needed to reach their goal.

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Bomber Gear Website Refresh

Shopping for your next kayaking adventure is even easier with Bomber Gear’s e-commerce upgrade.

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Nicholas Sparks

In this unofficial just-for-fun project, I attempted to show how it's possible to transform this author's website into an e-commerce and social destination for better reader engagement.

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Posts & Tweets

May 28, 2014

Arrow Navigation Styles by Codrops

Was able to make this cool prev/next post nav thanks to the awesome tutorial from @codrops.

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May 17, 2014

New Work Alert!

I designed and coded a responsive website for Christopher Huffer, stylist at Carter Barnes Atlanta.

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December 12, 2013

Tweet a Snowman

Thanks @tweetasnowman for letting me create my own customizable snowman! http://tweetasnowman.com #holidays pic.twitter.com/7DRaDCxOyi

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August 26, 2013

House Industries & Chronicle Books

Hooray! House Industries, the type foundry powerhouse, will release a range of stationary products through Chronicle Books next month.

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July 27, 2013

So Long Version 6!

At some point I started numbering the themes I’ve created for my website. I recently redesigned my site and felt like archiving a few screenshots of the previous design on my blog.

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July 27, 2013

The Old Days

I was going through some old project files and uncovered this little time capsule: my website from 2004.

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