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Intro

Flytype.org - Light websites

Welcome to this tiny website devised to present my front end development skills. What do we have here is a hand coding job, boilerplated and stuffed with a grasp of unobstructive jQuery. Images are fat reduced and IE6 is still at the table. You can print it, iphone it or you can find out more if you are a human. This is what I call light websites.

About Me

My name is Pawel. You can reach me at home, catch me on the phone or simply contact me. If you're looking for a picture of me, please — don't follow me on facebook, it's here. What else? I like muffins, coffee & cigarettes, South Park (especially Cartman), tattooing myself and taking pointless pictures. Soon you will find out more...

Skills

  • CSS
  • (X)HTML
  • PSD to (X)HTML
  • Cross-browser Compatibility
  • HTML Email Templates
  • JavaScript, jQuery
  • SEO
  • Google Adwords
  • LAMP

Done

STM - Filling Machines

Brochure presenting STM Company – a worldwide supplier of filling machines, bottling lines and filling equipment. Long-term contract for website development, SEO and Google Adwords campains focused on Eastern European markets. Cyrillic alphabet and a proper keywords research are heavily involved. It's the most current example of my professional work.

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  • HTML, CSS
  • jQuery
  • SEO, Google Adwords
  • Design

Boogie Brain | International Music Festival

Boogie Brain is a music festival held at least once in a year in Szczecin, Poland. I've been given an opportunity to work on its first edition with tight deadline and budget but great aspirations. Website (that time) based on static HTML and PHP forms was presenting artist's profiles, videos and selling tickets. Today supported by Muso CMS, "overjavascripted" I'd say but still running on my stylesheets. Here's a copy of the first edition.

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  • HTML, CSS
  • PHP Forms
  • Flash Banners

The Palace in Buk

The Palace in Buk is situated in the small village of Buk KamieĊ„ski in Poland. Since 1990 the Palace has become the property of the Pomeranian Library. Place of Polish-German meetings, the library's storage and training centre. Specification for this website required a strong focus on cross-browser compatibility (down to IE 5.5) and a Content Management System.

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  • HTML, CSS
  • PHP, MySQL
  • CMS Spip
  • Design

6 Atmospheres | Car Workshop

New website and brand identity for car workshop in Szczecin, Poland. Main goal was to achieve a high place in google ranking. It has been done by clever keywords intensity and by puttting at first the main content for search spiders before menu or pictures. Let me recapitulate: almost no backlinks, position absolute, focus on content. I am done and gone and the website is still up there — that's "the SEO".

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  • HTML, CSS
  • SEO
  • Design

AVIP | Complex Car Workshops Equipment

"Reachable through Google search, plenty of pictures of tools and... a pretty lady". Website designed according strictly to customer's brief. Using pictures of products for resellers or finding a human face to advertise a company requires the right approach to it. With appropriate licensing selection the goal was successfully achieved. Currently under redesignment (hurray!).

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  • HTML, CSS
  • SEO
  • Design

do your Art

Szczecin was one of Polish cities pretending to the title of the European Capital of Culture in 2016 and it was an honour to work for this achievement. While working with given design and adapting it to the web one thought was constantly banging in my head: "less will do more". The most satysfying part of this project was to convince the designer to my point of view.

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  • HTML, CSS
  • Communication :)

Alter Ego - Unpopular Arts Club

OK, it's year 2005 — flash is everywhere, IE6 rules and you are passionate about the CSS Zen Garden. Your customer insists to creat a flashy website and you say: "Flash has no future, let's go with HTML, CSS and JavaScript that's the tommorow's technology..." I don't support this website anymore but brought it here because it reminds me of the cssplay and I am a big fan of Stu Nicholls, just check out this neon sign.

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  • HTML, CSS
  • Design

Contact

Questions, doubts, good jokes use this please pawel@flytype.org

Final Thought

At the end there's usually a nice picture or/and a "top link". So there it is :) top

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