Previous Work
Date Client Description Link
2010
(freelance)
Brand5
a branding company with a car detailing side business
We went with a clean and minimalistic design for this client, a branding company. Content was provided by client. Design, proposal of imagery, incorporation of WordPress for the News section.

A copy of the website (same design, different content) was done afterwards, for the client's side business in car detailing.
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2009
(freelance)
ArtKhalytiS
graffiti and fine arts services
The design is kept simple to let the client's artwork take centerstage. Design, copywriting, incorporation of WordPress for the News section, use of an XML-linked Flash viewer for the Portfolio section. View archived website
2009
(freelance)
Catering Network
an innovative catering company specializing in fusion cuisine
The client was working with an IT company to develop an online ordering system for its catering services. I was engaged to create the interface for this ordering system and to propose design and content for other sections of the website. Collaboration with a caricature artist to develop a personable feel to the website. Proposal of updateable sections such as Articles and Gallery. Use of MooTools for several portions of the website.

Catering Network Temporary Landing Page
At the time of writing, the website is still under development with the IT company. I created a temporary landing page with a MooTools-powered animation and a simple email collection module.
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2008
(Design Illustrated)
Singapore Parties
an online venue booking service
The client started with a static website, but realized he needed needed to switch to a database-driven website in order to cater for future expansion. Client provided design guidelines. I programmed the backend database and created an administrative interface for the client to enable him to manage venues. View archived website
2008
(Design Illustrated)
TriHogz
a triathlon training company
This was a pretty straightforward 5-pg website. The design was based off of the client's pictures and corporate colors. View archived website
2008
(Design Illustrated)
What's Good?
an urban retail apparel line
The client had a retail store and wanted to start selling their apparel online. We setup and customized an opensource eCommerce application of ZenCart for them. In particular, the Product Detail page required a lot of custom programming for the linkup between color/size selection and availability, as well as integration between the image viewer module and the chosen color. (Currently offline)
2008
(Design Illustrated)
The Village @ Jurong Hill
a surburban mall
The client needed me to build a website which they could update themselves. Client provided design guidelines. I programmed the administrative module for the client, allowing them to edit every section of the website and manage news, promotions and the tenant directory. View archived website
2007
(Design Illustrated)
Data Center Specialists
professional data center cleaning services
The client needed an online ordering system (without payment gateway) for several categories of products, as well as his services. We used ZenCart to build his website and adapted it to an online catalog-style website, which customers could place orders. Order fulfillment and payment were handled offline. View archived website
2006
(freelance)
GYMS Construction & Maintenance Services
flooring & construction contractor
This website was a straightforward website, with an additional eCatalog portion. The eCatalog was adapted from the opensource eCommerce application, OSCommerce, so that the client could manage his inventory through the eCommerce backend. (The eCatalog is disabled in the archived website.) View archived website