Web design and web development for Arthur Magida's Official Website — author of "The Nazi Seance" — to showcase his books.
Web redesign, redevelopment, and rebranding for Head Injury Rehabilitation and Referral Services (HIRRS) — a non-profit company.
Website redesign concept for the Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service (MCFRS) Maryland.
Website redesign and user interface design for the Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service (MCFRS) Tech Training in Maryland.
Personal website for Montgomery College's CA278 class — Web Application course using ColdFusion — to display our weekly homeworks, exercises, and projects.
Personal website for Montgomery College's CA282 class — Web Application Development using PHP and MySQL — to display our weekly homeworks, exercises, and projects.
Web design concept for a great watercolor artist's art gallery website.
Web design concept for a talented architect to display his work and information.
Web design concept for a family mediation law firm.
My first web design concept for my portfolio site. It never went live but I'm still proud of it.
My portfolio site's 'Coming Soon' page as a placeholder for my Version 2 website.
Image manipulation using Adobe Photoshop. [I do not own the original images used for the manipulations. No copyright infringement intended.]
Created a vector art using Adobe Illustrator.
Earl did a terrific job on the web site for my books... At the outset, he was especially careful to get a sense of the tone I sought so it would reflect my sensibilities and personality. ...Even better is that the site has received numerous compliments from friends who are designers and know more about the aesthetics of web sites than I ever will.
Arthur J. Magida
The Nazi Seance
Mr. Varona worked closely with staff to develop a web site that reflected HIRRS' philosophy and mission. He quickly grasped the nature of our business and was able to translate that information into our unique web design. He guided us through the design selection process to ensure that the design was up-to-date and met accessibility requirements.
Head Injury Rehabilitation & Referral Services (HIRRS)