I've developed many websites over the last several years. And in doing so I've used many different web technologies. Unfortunately most of these websites are no longer active. Luckily I've collected some screenshots in the past.
The previous design of this website during 2008-2009.
A left sidebar was used as navigation panel.
Also notice the cool cubic logo.
The Links section that isn't anymore available.
A simple footer was used.
The older design of this website during 2006-2008.
Nothing more than a simple header with a logo and navigation panel was used.
SFR is the abbreviation of SoulFire-Reborn, my Counter-Strike clan during secondary school. Our clan was very active between 2002-2004, in which many clan wars were fought. Because almost all members started a study at Ghent University, this clan died a slow death.
In 2004, I redesigned this website. The more older one can be found in the next paragraph. Most information remained the same, however some Counter-Strike 1.6 information was added.
The homepage with a new logo and a lot more image art.
Updated Counter-Strike equipment information.
Updated personal information about each member.
Please note my new favourite player model.
It changed from UK Special Air Service to 1337 Crew.
Our clan history (for the interested people).
A few Counter-Strike maps.
Four common prefixes are used:
- as_: VIP escape maps.
- de_: bomb defusal maps
- cs_: hostage rescue maps
- fy_: fun maps
This website was the older one.
This old SFR website had a very simple layout.
It was almost pure HTML/CSS, except the warboard for which PHP was used.
Counter-Strike equipment information.
Personal information about each member.
This screen contains my Counter-Strike information.
Fragment Q is the DJ name of a friend from secondary school. I've developed this website to support his DJ career. This website is pure HTML/CSS.
Main design with header, left sidebar and footer.
As you can notice, I've used some DJ gear elements.
In 2003, I cofounded Fenrir-Freeware with Wim Vander Schelden (Fixnum).
It was a small company that - as the company's name suggests - developed freeware.
We developed a buyscript creator for one of the most popular first-person shooters: Counter-Strike.
And I believe version 3.1 was our last release. This version was also compatible with Counter-Strike 1.6 on Steam.
Wim developed an IRC client. And we also had in mind to create a 3D Engine: Zoku.
But this project never succeeded, because we both started a Computer Sciences study at Ghent University.
Our website was written in PHP - a big mistake since we discovered the strength of Ruby.
I've used a simple layout:
- a header with a logo ('microchipbug') and a slogan
- a horizontal navigation bar
- the content
- a right sidebar that includes a control panel and a shoutbox (perhaps a not so very common but cool feature)
- a footer with the copyright
Kus De Kunst
Kus De Kunst was an art project in my last year of secondary school. 'Kus De Kunst' is a Dutch project name. A literal translation into English might be 'Kiss The Art'. The website was used as a reference for this assignment.
Main design with header and left sidebar.
I've developed this website in cooperation with my parents. They own a local shop in the area where I live. We sell newspapers, magazines, cigarettes, tobacco, etc. And we are a part of the National Lottery, so people can also subscribe to lotto services or buy some scratchcards. This website was supposed to contain all articles in our shop, but it actually never did. It was my first website written in ASP.NET using the Microsoft Web Matrix tool.
Please note that it was a Dutch website.
I've used a standard layout:
- a header with the logo
- a banner that contains some useful/useless information
- left and right navigation sidebars
- the content between the sidebars
- a footer with some copyright information
This page shows information about the Joker, a very simple lotto game.
I picked this screen because of the fancy icons.