From wireframes to websites.
No power… no problem.
This morning I got a call from Dawn that the power was off at the studio, but I knew that when you gotta get rolling and DELIVER, power or no power… you gotta see it through.
The Camp Firebelly crew spent the day at Radio Arte designing, vinyling, and overall styling and profiling.
I got the sitemap from the web team this AM and I knew it was time to get some personality around those wireframes. With the recap presentation at 5pm, my team worked and sweated the afternoon away creating a website on 4 different computers. One member on header, one on body content, one on a right column, and one texturizing! It was intense.
At 5pm we were ready to go and show our first design concept.
I am so proud. I cannot wait to see the finalized site. Go Keith!
I had the amazing opportunity to help out with Camp Firebelly 2009 today. The campers arrived yesterday and got their “design brief.” Today we had some awesome presentations, broke up into groups and got grindin’.
I am working with the Website team of 4 campers and Keith the Firebelly coder. I guess my experience of “design a website a day” pays off when you are under pressure. First Layer Tennis, now this.
We sorted through the client’s existing website, made some chicken scratch notes and developed a much more streamlined “new V2 site.” Don’t wanna say web 2.0, cause that is played out… more like Version 2.0.
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This is pretty much the awesomest community help blog ever and everyone should go there now and see what all the fuss is about. …And donate some time to help the cause.