CRUU has a web design history spanning 17 years. In this time websites went from a left navigation column and right side content block to a mobile-first design utilizing HTML5 and CSS3. Now most of the sites being built are CMS (content management system) database driven, where your work can be backed up and adapted to new templates with a GUI (graphical user interface). See some of the examples below, where I still use text editor to code and manage the whole package.
Forever Vinyl DJs
As one of the original responsive, mobile-first websites on the internet, I was using HTML5 before it was a full standard. Many changes resulted in the full-width images and simplified menu system with the basic engagements in the top navigation and a More link leading to the footer section with full navigation in columns.
My Environmental Science and Geology pursuits have taken over the original content of local outdoor trail maps. Around 2020 I created my online resume as a page in the site to allow more details, a showcase of structure, and downloadable documents. The header image is the Sawtooth between Mt. Bierstadt and Mt. Evans in Colorado, a circuit I finally soloed in 2021. The site still utilizes the same structure as Forever Vinyl DJs.
As my pursuits were ‘taking off,’ so did my hand-coded FlexBox website for Efficient See. Ditching the old absolute with clears, FlexBox code promises more control in a simpler manner for aligning items (if you can wrap your head around the changes instigated by other code above it). The end-result looks almost the same, but the mechanics are drastically different.
Company Logo design should represent the business, incorporating shapes and colors that match the purpose.