Sample Websites

A selection of responsive websites typical of those I have built and am currently maintaining.
Click on any name below to visit the corresponding site.

Arts Organizations and Tours


Warkworth Arts & Heritage Centre

Art In The County

Juried Exhibition and Sale

Arts on Main Gallery

Artist’s Co-op

Arts Trail

Year-Round Self Guided Arts Tour

Spirit of the Hills

Arts Association

Textile Art Ghana

Artist Cooperative

Artist Sites

Afiena Kamminga

For readers of historical fiction

Cherie Moses


Cranston Gallery

Art Gallery & Studio

Dayna Law

Studio & Fine Art Gallery

George Pichl


Joanna McFarland

Non-objective Painter


Visual artist/painter

Laura Sky


Laurie McRae


Louise Charlton

Quilts and Stamps

Lucy Manley


Patricia Calder, Artist

Photographer, Writer

Paul Portelli

Terra Cotta Sculpture

Practically Potty

Susan McDonald, Artisan

Rick Matthews


Vlasta van Kampen


What is a Responsive Design and Why is it So Important?

The responsive designs listed above “respond” to the screen width of the viewing devices being used to access them. This has become increasingly important over the last few years, due to the dramatic increase in the use of mobile devises such as smart phones and tablets to view the Internet. Mobile use now accounts for more than half of the traffic on many of the sites I maintain. Mobile friendly, responsive designs rearrange page elements to adapt to the viewing device being used, providing visitors with a better user experience regardless of whether they are using a small handheld device like an iPhone or a 24 or even 30 inch desktop monitor. Northumberland Hills Studio Tour

The illustration above shows how a website responds to a variety of screen widths.