The Portfolio of James B. Phillips

  1. Really Simple CMS

    PageLime a Really Simple CMS

    | Leave a Comment

    Content management systems have been around for some time now and I believe most are overly complex with so many bells and whistles it seems they forgot why they got into this business. (more…)

  2. Honeyville Website Screen Shot

    Honeyville Website Design

    | Leave a Comment

    I recently finished the redesign of the Honeyville website. I was hired a few months ago to redesign the online identity of Honeyville, which by the way is a food products producer based out of Utah specializing in Grains, Food Storage, Baking Ingredients, and Emergency Preparedness. (more…)

  3. Tribute to Steve Jobs

    Steve Jobs Tribute

    | Leave a Comment

    I saw the Steve Jobs tribute on OSX Daily and thought it was a great Idea. I was instantly inspired to create a slightly updated version because of the angle that his head was placed. The angle (head looking down) portrayed Jobs in a state of sadness and even disappointment, which made me sad. I didn't know Jobs but, from what I gathered he seemed to be an inspiring and extremely positive individual. So I felt as a tribute he should be portrayed in a positive way.

  4. Created by google

    Firebug and Page Speed Add-on

    | Leave a Comment

    [caption id="attachment_109" align="alignnone" width="1023"] In action, Page Speed analyzing one of my sites[/caption] Today I came across a great tool for web designers. I have been using the Firefox add-on known as firebug for over two years now and love how it works. I find it to be quite useful when analyzing other sites. Just check it out for yourself. If you are a web developer I highly recommend it. (more…)

  5. The City

    Illustrator Poster

    | Leave a Comment

    Ok, so a while back I decided to do a pure vector illustration just for shits and giggles. I based the design an a new school concept of a, well I  guess you could all it a dopple ganger, of the saying "Sex, Drugs, and Rock n' Roll". (more…)