Posted by Tim Scheman on September 3rd, 2013
My colleague’s and I have adopted the use of Git and Github in our day to day work flow. As designers, we found that using the git commands every time we published a design to our company’s proprietary CMS, we would forget the commands or the order that they were supposed to be called in. I created this small poster as a “hotsheet” to assist us.
Posted by Tim Scheman on November 27th, 2011
Just this evening, I decided to change my hosting company. I was getting sick of the slow performance I was getting from GoDaddy. It always seemed like when I wanted to post to my blog, or make updates to the site, I would run into a brick wall. And to make things worse, with Google making the recent announcement that page speed would be a ranking factor, I felt that having a sluggish server was just going to hinder my ranking. So I made the switch. For all of my readers and clients, I apologize if it messed my site up for a couple of days. It will be back up and running by early next week. Have a good day.
Posted by Tim Scheman on September 6th, 2011
I know flash is on the way out, but sometimes I like to create things just because I can. This is a 2011 revision of a flash intro I did for my good friends at I Hate Punk Rock Records.
Posted by Tim Scheman on August 20th, 2011
Thank you to the the The Disappeared from St. Louis for allowing me to design another great website for them. This overhaul of their website included many new features that the previous one did not have. It is a really nice design highlighting there latest album by incorporating its artwork into the design. Please take a look at the samples I have provided here as well as visit the actual site at thedisappearedstl.com. When you visit their site you will be instantly engulfed in The Disappeared experience. You are provided with the ability to hear their music, purchase their latest and past albums, as well as their other merchandise, read their tour journal, and even find out where they are playing next. Be prepared to rock!
- Built on a content management system, giving them the ability to update the site whenever and wherever they like
- Built in tour management system, that displays show information to their fans
- Music player to highlight their music
- Blog style tour journal
- Twitter feed integration
Posted by Tim Scheman on June 18th, 2011
Amazing! The new website for the anime/pop culture community Otakuholic.com has just launched. For this site, I took the client’s existing logos and color scheme and refined its composition. It now screams anime with bright colors, fun character illustrations, and a comic style font. Best of all, it is coded using proper HTML, and the content management system allows the client to make updates 24 hours a day.
If you like what you see, let me know. In addition contact me to design or redesign your website.