JEREMY THORNTON art & design

Web Sites

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O'HANLON CENTER FOR THE ARTS
I worked only in an advisory capacity on the design of this Wordpress website. But I provide web graphics and make updates.

SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOLS
I have been working as a designer for Safe Routes for 18 years. It's a priviledge to work for such a great program.

MUIR PRESS
Carolyn Rice is a poet and environmentalist. This is an adaptive web site.

SCHOOLPOOL MARIN
A SchoolPool is a way of sharing in the duties of getting children to and from school. This was a redesign. The concept was to keep it as simple as possible.

STREET SMARTS MARIN
I have been working with the Street Smarts branding for Marin for the past four years producing banners and signs that go up in most Marin towns and cities from May to September.

JOTTINGS PRESS
Donna Benedetti & I collaborated on a children's book, Tip Top Thinkamajigs. Donna has also published The Brooklyn Diet:The Brooklyn Diet: Life’s Tough But You Eat Anyway and Samuel B. Bloom, a Life worth Living. We also work on personal histories.

JAMES VOGEL
A fellow artist's web site. Lots of good art to explore!

KAUAI SHORT TERM RENTALS
Just the facts but clear and simple.

SUSAN TERRIS
Susan is a well respected poet and an editor of Spillway. Besides samples of Susan's poems and where to purchase her books, the site also contains great photography by Diane Rosenblum.

PELLER MARION
Dr. Peller Marion is an organizational psychologist in San Francisco and Marin County. She specializes in guiding executives through personal and professional transitions and corporate teams through difficult real-time management issues. She is an exhibiting artist and author of numerous books. 

KATE BROWN
Kate Brown is my sister and also an artist. She lives in North Devon where I grew up and does beautiful fresh watercolour paintings of flowers and landscapes.
She has cards and prints available for sale. The web site reflects her love of light.


THIS SITE
This is the 11th version. The challenge has always been how to show a lot of art and graphics. At the same time making it easy to see. This version uses responsive design.

 

 

 

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